A Review of Rolls Royce, the Prestige Automobile Company

A Review of Rolls Royce, the Prestige Automobile Company

Rolls-Royce is undoubtedly the most luxurious car brand on the planet. For over a century, it has been the marquee standard when it comes to the development of a luxury car, and other carmakers have copied, imitated, and stolen Rolls-Royce design concepts for decades.

Due to a recent resurgence in popularity, it has once again taken the top spot as kings of the automotive world. The company was officially formed in 1906 when Charles Stewart Rolls and Fredrick Henry Royce formed a partnership. The company’s six-cylinder Silver Ghost was debuted that same year. RR was unlike any other manufacturer of the era. Their attention to detail and dedication to quality was clear from the start.

During the 1920s, Rolls-Royce opened a second factory in Springfield, Massachusetts in order to keep up with the rising demand. This factory only stayed open for 10 years, but they launched the Phantom 1, which would ultimately become the defining Rolls-Royce model.

The car was powered by a pushrod-operated overhead valve engine with detachable cylinder heads. This was very cutting-edge technology for the time. And in 1931, with the acquisition of Bentley, Rolls-Royce had the market …

Selecting Your Ideal Wedding Car

Selecting Your Ideal Wedding Car

As part of every bride & groom’s wedding day planning process, along with catering, venue, photographer and the all important dress is the wedding car.Far too many people leave the wedding car to the last minute, seriously, this is the car that is going to deliver the bride to the church, is there a more important job to start the wedding day?
Apart from the actual trip itself (sit in the car, make sure it’s comfortable before you book), there’s the photo opportunity when you’re being collected and the vital photos when you arrive at the church, always arrive in style!
This is the one day in your life when everybody wants you to look like you’re being extravagant so why not.

People often forget that when the bride arrives at the church, most of her guests (hopefully along with the groom!) will be inside the building so they won’t see her arrive, so, when booking the wedding car, make sure you explain exactly what you want to happen, even if the ceremony and reception are at the same venue, make sure the car is still there after the ceremony.

Plenty of thought should go …