If supercars represent power and speed, then Rolls Royce cars are the epitome of luxury, a work of art that can roll on the road and provide the ultimate experience for the people inside.

Rolls-Royce, the most luxurious car brand in the world, was first introduced in 1906 and has been owned by BMW since 2003. From that time until now, the British brand has produced hundreds of personalized Rolls-Royce cars with extremely high prices.

Below are some of the most expensive Rolls-Royce models in the world:

1. Rolls-Royce La Rose Noire Droptail

The Rolls-Royce La Rose Noire Droptail is inspired by the enchanting beauty of the Black Baccara rose – a powerful, soft velvet-like flower originating from France. This unique car symbolizes precious memories, important moments, and the artwork that its two owners cherish – a world-famous family and a representation of the most elegant and luxurious lifestyle.

2. Rolls-Royce Boat Tail

The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is a product exclusively designed for high-end customers. It was planned for production after the introduction of the Sweptail model in 2017. From the beginning of the project, the British car brand wanted to create a “fun” car, a “memorable” car that the owner could enjoy with their family.

3. Rolls-Royce Sweptail

The Rolls-Royce Sweptail is an extremely rare car, with only one unit produced, exclusively for a special customer, and it took 4 years to complete. The car is based on the Phantom Coupe, but the exterior and interior design are completely different and unique in every detail.

4. Rolls-Royce Solid Gold Phantom

The Rolls-Royce Solid Gold Phantom is crafted by renowned diamond artist Stuart Hughes from Liverpool, Switzerland’s Eurocash AG. The highlight of this version is the amount of gold used to “coat” the car. The Solid Gold Phantom has up to 120kg of 18k gold distributed all over the car, from the radiator grille, headlights, taillights, wheel rims, etc.

5. Rolls Royce Double Pullman Silver Ghost Limousine “The Corgi” (1912)

“The Corgi” is a limousine with a chassis number 1907, which was created based on the chassis of the Silver Ghost. This vintage Rolls-Royce was built to provide comfort and enhance the driving experience. Although not widely known, at that time, some owners preferred to drive themselves rather than sit in the passenger compartment like ordinary chauffeurs.

6. Rolls-Royce Pininfarina Hyperion

The Rolls-Royce Hyperion is a creative product of the famous Italian design house Pininfarina, and it is currently owned by AlAinClassMotors, a car dealer in Dubai. The Hyperion started its journey in 2008 when the car was ordered by renowned collector Roland Hall at an unspecified cost. In 2012, he sold the car to the dealer for $5 million.

7. Rolls-Royce Milano Fenice Ghost Diva

The Rolls Royce Ghost is already a masterpiece that can satisfy any discerning customer, but that doesn’t mean it will escape the attention of customizers. Italian customizer Fenice Milano has created a premium gold plating package for the luxury Ghost model called Diva. The package includes various 24k gold-plated details such as the hood, radiator grille, steering wheel, dashboard, rear bumper, front bumper, and side window frames.

These are just a few examples of the most expensive Rolls-Royce cars in the world, with prices ranging from several million to tens of millions of dollars. Each car is a masterpiece of luxury, craftsmanship, and exclusivity, representing the highest level of automotive art.