2001 Rolls-Royce Corniche
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One of just 67 ever produced, this 2001 Corniche was one of the two cars that started the bug that is responsible for The JBS Collection.
Jack Smith, Jr. purchased this car as a part of a duo from an estate and became infatuated. The rest, excuse the expression, is history.
At almost 7,000 pounds, this car was built to be a comfortable convertible instead of a flashy muscle car. And with an interior that pulls out all the stops, this Corniche is tailored to make it the most comfortable ride possible.
As for the engine, this 2001 Rolls-Royce Corniche houses a 6.75-liter turbocharged V8 capable of reaching 135 mph while sacrificing none of the striking elegance that is synonymous with the name Rolls-Royce. It also boasts a 0-60 speed of 8 seconds and provides 544 lb. ft. of torque.
All Corniches were completely hand-built to carry the refinement and comfort that Rolls-Royce is known for, including an interior that spared no expense.
A Paragon of Comfort
The Corniche was Rolls-Royce’s flagship car and, in 2001, was the most expensive vehicle they offered with a price of $359,900.
Coming with the hefty price tag was dual automatic temperature control, a six-disc CD changer, automatic headlights and ride control, a choice of exotic wood trim on the interior, Wilton wool carpets, chrome gauges, and a plush Connolly Leather interior.
2001 Rolls-Royce Corniche specs:
- 325 BHP
- 6.75 Liter V8 Engine
- Creates 544 Ft. Lbs of Torque
- 0-60 in 8 Seconds
- Top Speed: 135 MPH
- Dual Automatic Temperature Control
- Wilton Wool Carpets
- Connolly Leather Interior
- Automatic Headlights and Ride Control
- 1 of 67 Ever Made