Virtually cannot be told from new!
Only 21,800 actual miles!
Over $13,000 in service work has been performed by marque specialists since 2017!
Incredibly rare and desirable 2001 rolls-royce corniche convertible
One of only 67 built!
The last rolls-royce model assembled at the crewe, england factory!
Over $360,000 when new; the equivalent of nearly $525,000 today!
Stunning and desirable factory color combination
Incredibly well-appointed and lavishly furnished!
Includes original books, tool kit, jack, spare keys, recent service invoices, and more!
One of the best-kept and lowest mileage examples to be found on the market today!
A dream for the collector or enthusiast
6.75l v-8 turbocharged engine
Power convertible top
Power connolly leather seats
Dual climate control air conditioning
Automatic ride control
Am/fm cd stereo with 6-disc cd changer
17” alloy wheels
The fifth Rolls-Royce to bear the Corniche name, this modern legend made its debut in January 2000. With a base price of $359,900, it was the most expensive vehicle offered by Rolls-Royce at the time. In 2001, when Bentley and Rolls-Royce once again became two separate companies, the Corniche production run ended. As befitting a luxury automobile of this stature, the Corniches were truly hand-built vehicles and were fitted with the best of everything. Though they had styling cues sourced from the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph sedan, it shared few mechanics with the BMW-engined car. Instead, the Corniche body was set onto the platform used for the similarly-styled Bentley Azure, thus it was the first and only Rolls-Royce descended from a Bentley rather than the other way around.
The gorgeous 2001 Rolls-Royce Corniche Turbo Convertible featured here is finished in the stunning factory color combination of Masons Black over a Tan Connolly leather interior, magnificent woodwork throughout, and a black power-folding convertible top. The fifth-generation Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible was introduced in 2000 and was built in limited numbers. At a price of over $360,000 when new, it was one of the most exclusive motorcars of its era. Rolls-Royce enthusiasts highly covet today’s model as it was the last model assembled at the Crewe factory in Cheshire, England. This particular example was sold new in Massachusetts and has been meticulously maintained from new. Today it presents in spectacular, original condition while having traveled only 21,800 miles from new! Since October 2017, over $13,000 in service work (including an overhaul of the brake hydraulic system, suspension attention, and more) was performed by the Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialists at European Autoworks in Houston, Texas. All the work was completed less than 3,000 miles ago, ensuring that this example performs as well as it presents and will certainly bring many years of enjoyment to its next caretaker.