Rolls-Royce Rental in Los Angeles
If you are looking for the ultimate luxury experience with a car rental in Los Angeles, look no further than Lion Heart Lifestyles and our wide selection of Rolls-Royce models available for rent today. Rolls-Royce is the epitome of class and style, with meticulously-crafted vehicles intended to offer the full experience in comfort and elegance in a high-tech, modern, and powerful package. Rolls-Royce is a classic symbol of luxury and old world charm, and their newest models all continue to uphold this historic legacy of style.
Read more below about some of the Rolls-Royce models that we have available for rental today at Lion Heart Lifestyles and a brief history of this celebrated auto manufacturer, and contact us as soon as possible to discuss getting into the car of your choice today. Our helpful staff will walk you through the process of renting a vehicle through our team, and we will have you on the road when you want.
A Sample Of Our Rolls-Royce Fleet
Below are just a few options that our clients have available for rent out of our Los Angeles office. For full information about availability and models, please contact us today to speak with our team about your needs.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost was first announced in 2009, with a name reflecting back to the Silver Ghost of the early 20th century. It was the Silver Ghost that established Rolls-Royce as the finest auto manufacturer in the world, a legacy that continues to this day. This updated Ghost is based on a BMW 7-series chassis and is designed as a more accessible option than the Phantom. The wheelbase on this vehicle is shorter than the Phantom, meaning that this option is easier for the everyday driver to operate. Just don’t expect to parallel park it easily!
This model features a modified BMW V12 twin turbo engine with 562 horsepower and a top speed of 155 mph, as regulated by an electronic limiter. The Ghost can accelerate from 0-60 in 4.7 seconds.
According to Rolls-Royce themselves, the Dawn is the “sexiest Rolls-Royce ever built,” and one look at it and you can understand why. The internals of this car are very similar to the Rolls-Royce Wraith, but boasts its own robust set of features and details that make this car singular and unique. 80% of the body is unique, sharing only 20% of its appearance with the Wraith.
The Dawn, like all Rolls-Royce offerings, is handmade with care, and meticulously designed with the rider in mind. If you are looking for enough room to carry four people in a luxurious convertible with impeccable leather and wood grain, then this might be the car for you.
The Wraith was first introduced in 2013 and borrows its name from a 1938 model of the same name that was produced by Rolls-Royce. Handmade with care, this car is based on the Ghost chassis but boasts its own robust set of features that make this car unique and noteworthy. This car has two suicide doors, ample space in the back seat for additional passengers, and a massively powerful V12 twin-turbocharged engine that pushes out 623 horsepower of sheer power through an eight-speed gearbox.
For the discerning customer looking for a high-powered luxury vehicle with an absolutely smooth and comfortable ride, the Wraith may be the option that best suits your needs. Contact us now to discuss your rental options.
A History of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
The history of Rolls-Royce begins in 1904 when co-founders Charles Roll and Henry Royce joined forces to introduce the world to their luxury automobile. The first car that they sold together was the Rolls-Royce 10 HP, although the bodywork was custom after being purchased. Rolls and Royce provided the chassis, as well as a recommendation to the buyers to work with Barker & Co for the best results.
Rolls-Royce did not build and sell their first complete car until after World War II, in 1946. This means that until that point, they sold the specialized engine and chassis, and then partnered with other fabricators in order to provide customers with a complete vehicle. The Silver Dawn, which the new Dawn model is named after, was the first motor car fully built by the company.
In 1998, Volkswagen and BMW bid against each other for ownership of Rolls-Royce, and it was Volkswagen who emerged victoriously. However, they only took partial ownership of the company, and ultimately BMW took control of the Rolls-Royce grill, and the iconic mascot — The Spirit of Ecstasy. Starting in 2003, the two companies came to an agreement that allowed BMW to take full control over the creation and production of the Rolls-Royce vehicles. The 2003 Phantom was the first model to be fully created by BMW.
Even today, every Rolls-Royce is completely made by hand, including the paint and all of the finish details. This is one clear indication that the company and its values have never wavered, regardless of who the parent company is, or which company is in control of their design.
Contact Us Today About Renting a Rolls-Royce
Our main goal at Lion Heart Rental is to provide our clients with the best possible rental experience. From your first interaction with one of our agents to the time you return your rental vehicle, we want every step of the way to be seamless and comfortable for you. That’s why our rental facility is conveniently located in Beverly Hills, and our staff is available to work with you as soon as you need assistance.
Members can enjoy instant RSVP options on a wide variety of vehicles, including the Rolls-Royce models mentioned above, in addition to a wide range of exotic, luxury, supercar, and sports models from a fleet of well-known brands and high-quality builds. Contact us now to get the Rolls-Royce rental in Los Angeles that you deserve.