Let’s face it. The first thing that comes to mind when you think about a Rolls Royce is luxury. From the sleek interior to the delicate design, this vehicle speaks of nothing but exquisite, class, and comfort.
In fact, it has been described as the Holy Grail of luxury cars. Granted, the design and decadent furnishings are a result of decades of building and perfecting opulent vehicles for some of the wealthiest clients in the world.
But, exactly how much does this vehicle weigh? To best answer this question, we will look at the 2020 Rolls Royce models.
2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
Weight: 6,069 pounds
Unless you know about this luxury brand, you may be tempted to think of a Rolls Royce Cullinan is nothing more than a black-paint and dark-chrome finish. But, this baby offers the lavishness of any Rolls Royce series, but with what we can only describe as an under-the-radar approach.
The SUV boasts of 592 horsepower and 664 torque, on top of a sports drive setting you can easily activate by pressing a “low” button. The engine is obviously a V12, holding 6.75-liters.
In terms of weight, this Black Badge comes in at 6,069 pounds, which is perfect for running at a whisper quiet as you would expect any Rolls Royce vehicle to be.
2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost
Weight: 5,445 pounds
This series wasn’t called a ghost for no reason. If you want to blend in and not attract so much attention from other motorists, this is your best Rolls Royce vehicle.
You won’t compromise luxury, and you will still have the great looks the luxury brand is known for, but you will blend in with others perfectly.
This vehicle boasts of leather seating and delicately crafted wood veneers. The V-12 engine carries 6.6 liters of fuel, and it runs at near-silent no matter the speed. The acceleration is effortless boasting of 563 horsepower and a top speed of 155mph.
Coming in lighter than the Cullinan, the Ghost is only 5,445 pounds heavy.
2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith
Weight: 5,380 pounds
The Rolls Royce Wraith can be said to be a sportier version of the BMW Fo1 and the outgoing Ghost Sedan.
The Wraith rides on 20-inch wheels and has eight-way power adjustability seats you will enjoy. It has climate control, and every seat is fitted to boost comfort when the weather gets chilly.
If you love music, you’ll enjoy the Wraith’s 18-speaker stereo and Wi-Fi hotspot to stream all your favorite jams.
The car has 624 horsepower and 605 torque, and only weighs 5,380 pounds, slightly lower than the Ghost and Cullinan.
2020 Rolls-Royce Dawn
Weight: 5,644 pounds
There are definitely not enough adjectives to describe the Rolls Royce Dawn. Luxurious, exquisite, delicately crafted, executive all fit the bill perfectly. Under the skin, the Dawn is more or less a Wraith, but it’s definitely the sexiest “Rolls Royce ever build.”
This car was made to let you enjoy all the sun you can get will make a statement. It’s not the most tech advances Rolls Royce in the market, but its road presence, beauty, and cachet make up for what it lacks in tech.
Coming in at 563 horsepower and 605 torque, this baby will have you sprint to 60mph in less than five seconds and deliver a luxurious wind-through-your-hair experience.
This car is heavier than the Ghost and Wraith, weighing at 5,644 pounds, but it’s definitely the sexiest.
2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom
Weight: 5,644 pounds
If there is a Rolls Royce that deserves the title “Holy Grail of Luxury Cars,” it must be the Rolls Royce Phantom, hands down. This vehicle is so sleek that it’s unmatched in the market with only a few rivals, who, without a doubt, fail to deliver the same luxury in terms of materials and furnishings.
The twin-turbo engine gives 563 horsepower and 663 lb-ft sprinting to 60mph in five seconds. This car is a status symbol said to have designed a class of vehicles for itself. Custom designed to the last detail, you don’t expect to walk into a dealer to purchase this vehicle or any other Rolls Royce.
Weighing at 5,644 pounds, this Rolls Royce is best designed for wafting smoothly on the road, carefully adapting to the road’s imperfections in real-time thanks to its pothole-spotting camera.
2020 Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB
Weight: 5,754 pounds
There isn’t much of a difference between the Rolls- Royce Phantom and the Phantom EWB. But that’s not to mean that the difference isn’t there.
First, the EWB stands for ‘extended wheelbase.’ This little feature gives the phantom a whole new meaning, as it has limousine-like rear-seats legroom to add extra comfort. It also has other unique features, only visible from the inside, such as the private gallery, which displays bespoke artwork, just like a private museum.
If you are looking to be chauffeured around in a car, this is your best bet if Rolls Royce is your picked model. Like the Phantom, the Phantom EWB boasts of 565 horsepower and 663 torque, effortlessly reaching 60mpm in 5.3 seconds. It weighs 5,754 pounds or 2,610 kgs.
Rolls Royce doesn’t come cheap, but the high price enables the manufacturer to provide features other vehicles only dream of. Also, the cars are handcrafted, which means you can custom make it to your wish and desire. And, being part of the BM family, you can be sure you’ll have access to the latest tech a car could have.