If Rolls-Royce is going to be the main event anywhere, it’s going to be at Goodwood.
Goodwood Estate is a hallowed place in the automotive world. It’s the home of Rolls-Royce, and also the home of the Goodwood Festival of Speed. When it comes time for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Rolls-Royce is sure to put on a show, and the brand plans on doing this year, with a showcase of the brand’s Black Badge product portfolio. On the Laundry Green near Goodwood House, four bespoke Rolls-Royce Black Badge creations will be on display, a Black Badge Wraith, a Black Badge Dawn, a Black Badge Cullinan and finally, the latest edition to the Black Badge group of models, a Black Badge Ghost.
Since 2016, the Black Badge range of Rolls-Royce cars has represented an edgier, driver-focused side to the Rolls-Royce brand, with cars that are made with darker colors and trim, and possess a bolder presence than traditional Rolls-Royces do. They also boast higher torque, handling, and power capability than their traditional counterparts, and pare purpose-built for the Rolls-Royce driver that wants to combine peerless luxury with an active driving experience and a bold personality. These stunning and unique Rolls-Royces are sure to make Goodwood an even more spectacular event than it is already.