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Rolls Royce: 0-60 & 1/4 Mile Times

YearMakeModelSub-Model0-60 Time1/4 MileModel Years
2017Rolls RoyceDawn4.90-2016-2017
2016Rolls RoyceDawn4.3012.802016-2017
2016Rolls RoyceGhostSeries II4.7013.002010-2016
2016Rolls RoycePhantom5.5013.902003-2016
2016Rolls RoycePhantom Coup‚e5.60-2008-2016
2016Rolls RoycePhantom Drophead Coup‚5.60-2007-2016
2015Rolls RoyceGhostSeries II4.7013.002010-2016
2015Rolls RoyceWraithCoupe4.2012.402013-2016
2014Rolls RoyceWraith4.40-2013-2016
2013Rolls RoyceGhost4.80-2010-2016
2012Rolls RoyceGhost4.2012.502010-2016
2012Rolls RoycePhantomSeries II5.70-2003-2016
2012Rolls RoycePhantom Coup‚e5.80-2008-2016
2011Rolls RoyceGhost4.2012.502010-2016
2011Rolls RoycePhantom Drophead Coup‚5.40-2007-2016
2010Rolls RoyceGhost4.3012.702010-2016
2009Rolls RoycePhantom5.5014.302003-2016
2009Rolls RoycePhantom Coup‚e5.3013.902008-2016
2008Rolls RoycePhantom Drophead Coup‚5.60-2007-2016
2006Rolls RoycePhantom5.3014.102003-2016
2004Rolls RoycePhantom5.6014.102003-2016
1996Rolls RoyceSilver Spur7.80-1980-1998
1981Rolls RoyceSilver Spur12.5018.601980-1998
The above 0 to 60 Mph and quarter mile times have been sourced from a combination of public publications, private testimonials and individual testing. Please keep in mind that there are a multitude of real world factors that can skew these results, including but not limited to: driver ability, pavement quality, tire quality, elevation, temperature, humidity at the testing site, and the quality of the recording device. Based on this, owners should expect their own vehicles to perform within a general acceptable range of these values.


Rolls Royce History:

Rolls-Royce was formed in 1906 between the collaboration of Henry Royce and Charles Rolls. The early collaboration featured engines and cars designed by Royce and subsequently sold by Rolls. Production began to climb with the introduction of the “Silver Ghost” 40/50 hp model. However, things really started to take off in 1925 with the introduction of the “Phantom”. In 1931 the company acquired Bentley, bringing their smaller rival luxury car maker in house. During World War II the company was asked to develop and manufacture airplane engines. After the war this business grew significantly and allowed the aero-engines company to be separated as its own entity.

With the financial collapse in Britain of 1971, Rolls-Royce became nationalized. It was later acquired by Vickers in 1980 which sold it to Volkswagen in 1998. During this period the cars continued to evolve, developing monocoque chassis and higher horsepower engines. Unfortunately the company was in a legal quagmire, where BMW was still supplying engines to the now Volkswagen owned company, as well as owning the actual Rolls-Royce marquee. The ultimate resolution was for BMW to acquire the rights to the actual Rolls-Royce models. Under this new direction Rolls-Royce has seen significant investment, raising the brand’s luxury standard to be once again the envy of the world.