[2020 Edition] Current Rolls-Royce Model Lineup

Everything You Need to Know About 2020 Rolls-Royce Models Including Prices, Specs & Reviews

Updated: January 8th, 2020

2020 Rolls-Royce ModelsThe UK-based subsidiary of BMW has had a storied history, highlighted by a takeover from the latter in 1998. While the Rolls-Royce brand has been in existence since the turn of the 20th century, the cars produced by proxy under the Bavarian company bear no direct relationship to any of the Roll-Royce branded cars produced prior to 2003. Interestingly enough, Bentley Motors – a subsidiary of rival, Volkswagen AG – is technically and legally, the true predecessor of the former Rolls-Royce vehicles.

The most notable distinction of the relationship between Rolls-Royce and BMW is the supply of engines from the parent company for use in all production vehicles which continues to this day. With headquarters and facilities located right next to the iconic Goodwood Circuit, all Rolls-Royce cars are imagined and built with performance, quality and luxury at the forefront.

This new trajectory has seen the brand significantly increase its presence on the international stage, with unit sales skyrocketing, particularly in Asia and Middle East markets where hyper-luxury cars are having a boon. Selling as many as 4,063 units in 2016, the marque still continues to benefit from having the US as its largest customer-base.

Despite a new corporate image, Rolls-Royce cars continue to embody the legendary past of the brand, and the cars that came long before the reshuffle. Still built in England, the cars are decidedly of a British flair and remain loyal to the design and engineering principles that have made them an automotive name brand for more than a century.

The most famous Rolls-Royce – the Phantom – retains its spot at the pinnacle of the lineup for 2020; recently redesigned, it is also the most expensive model, starting at more than $450,000. Not to fret though, as there will be a fresh face in the roster with the recently introduced and all-new Rolls-Royce Cullinan, looking to make its mark as the world’s most luxurious SUV. The Rolls-Royce Ghost – a fixture in the lineup for the past decade – has also been fully redesigned from the ground up for the 2020 model year.

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Current 2020 Rolls-Royce Models

2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan

2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Base price: $327,750
Engine: 6.8L twin-turbocharged V12
Power: 563 hp @ 5,000 rpm
Torque: 663 lb-ft @ 1,700 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.8 s

The newest addition to the Rolls-Royce lineup is the automaker’s only SUV. While unapologetically different from anything else on offer, it still stands out as a Rolls-Royce thanks to its distinguishable and familiar rectangular front grill.

Its DNA is not just limited to outward appearances though, as the opulent interior design elements and phenomenal V12 performance that we become familiar with from the brand, live on in this all-terrain automobile.

2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost

2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost

Base price: $315,000 (est.)
Engine: 6.8L twin-turbocharged V12
Power: ~563 hp
Torque: ~663 lb-ft
0-60 mph: 4.2 s

The ‘entry-level’ Rolls-Royce has been completely redesigned for the 2020 model year, and will feature its own unique chassis – it had been built upon the BMW 7-series frame until this change.

While not all the details are known, or clear, about the car at this time, it is still slated for release in the 2020 calendar year and will come standard with all-wheel-drive and will also likely utilize a slightly modified version of the range-topping Phantom’s twin-turbocharged V12 engine.

2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith

2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith

Base price: $322,500
Engine: 6.6L twin-turbocharged V12
Power: 624 hp @ 5,600 rpm
Torque: 605 lb-ft @ 1,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.1 s

Virtually unchanged for 2020, the current iteration of the Rolls-Royce Wraith shares the same BMW F01 platform and was based on the outgoing Ghost, and will continue to do so for at least the meantime.

The Wraith is the sportier version of the two, having been purposed in a coupe guise and shorter wheelbase for starters. A power bump, some weight loss, and a specially tuned suspension, further its call for an improved performance focus.

2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn

2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn

Base price: $346,300
Engine: 6.6L twin-turbocharged V12
Power: 563 hp @ 5,250 rpm
Torque: 605 lb-ft @ 1,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.3 s

The Rolls-Royce Dawn is the soft-top version of the Wraith, but at the same time it’s not. In fact, 80 percent of the Wraith’s body panels are unique, meaning that the Dawn is much more than just the coupe version with its roof sheared off.

Mind you, the drop-top factor you get from the Dawn is still its most endearing feature, allowing you to partake in the Rolls-Royce wind-through-your-hair experience like no other car in the lineup can deliver.

2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom

2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom

Base price: $450,000
Engine: 6.8L twin-turbocharged V12
Power: 563 hp @ 5,000 rpm
Torque: 663 lb-ft @ 1,700 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.0 s

The Rolls-Royce Phantom is the status symbol car to rule all status symbol cars. Armed with a new platform for the 2020 model year, the Phantom has also been designed to be fitted with an EV powertrain in the future.

Many say that the Phantom has created its own class of car for itself, and the new iteration looks to extend that trend for the long run; improving the model now, and preparing it for relevancy in the more distant future.

2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB

2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB

Base price: $492,425
Engine: 6.8L twin-turbocharged V12
Power: 563 hp @ 5,000 rpm
Torque: 663 lb-ft @ 1,700 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.3 s

In this case, EWB stands for ‘extended wheelbase’, alluding to what could be duly described as a stretched out Phantom. If one were to ever be chauffeured around in a car, this one would probably top most wishlists.

Aside from the glaringly obvious, the EWB also has some unique offerings that can only be seen from inside the car, such as the “private gallery”. The aforementioned is created by a single panel of glass that spans the entire fascia to house a unique gallery displaying bespoke artwork – a mobile, private museum of art, if you will.

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