BMW Group's future EV lineup will include cars from Mini, Rolls-Royce, and even BMW's M division.
We salute you, mysterious engine swap maestro.
Could these press release photos be any more sinister?
Look, it's no other than the Cullinan, the Bentley Bentayga of Rolls-Royces.
BMW Group is aiming for more growth in the premium and electric segment as it plans for dozens of updated cars.
More power, more torque, more mischief. Hello darkness my old friend.
And it's everything you thought it'd be.
Expect it to be based on a stretched version of the GLS and cost a small fortune.
Oddly enough, Tesla didn't get the top spot.
Project Cullinan will give us an all-wheel drive, all aluminum Rolls-Royce SUV very soon.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is the strongest statement on wheels. It's as true today as it was at the car's debut in 2003.
The 'collectors and patrons of the Phantom Zenith Collection' will be very happy campers indeed.
Better luck next time, car thieves.
With all those Bentley Speeds and Mercedes-AMGs out there, Rolls-Royce had to step up its high-performance game.
Rolls-Royce's first 'pure vision vehicle' is an autonomous blast from the days of future past.
When ostentatious cruising is called for, look no further than Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe.
No more heavy Rollers.
All Rolls-Royce models will have the new aluminum underpinnings by 2018, except the Phantom Dropheads and Coupes. Sad.
Right now, only the Phantom is aluminum-bodied, but nothing has an aluminum frame. Rolls-Royce is looking to change that.
These engines are big, powerful, and deliver hammer-like performance.
The customer will get the airbag replaced. For free, of course.
The super rich demand perfection.
Many stylistic changes. Engine upgrades, not so much.
The luxury British automaker calls this "the sexiest Rolls-Royce ever built." Just don't call it a Wraith.