Rolls-Royce is a name synonymous with luxury, and despite ever-increasing competition from other brands - not least Mercedes and Bentley - the British brand has managed to flourish under the ownership of BMW.
The existing Rolls-Royce line-up comprises four models. The range-topper is the Phantom, offered with a single engine (a 6.7-litre V12) but a range of body styles, including a coupe and an extended-wheelbase saloon.
It's hard to imagine any Rolls-Royce being 'entry-level' but the company's most affordable model is a smaller saloon, the Ghost. It's also available with a longer wheelbase.
Rolls doesn't make a pure sports car but its most focused offering is the Wraith, a two-door luxury grand tourer. It's also offered as a drop-top, called the Dawn.
Customers around the world have been demanding more and more luxury from their SUVs, and Rolls-Royce has already confirmed that it will enter this market by 2018.