He drove a rolls-royce and smoked Cuban Cohibas, but wore track suits, medallions, and trainers.
He owns a fleet of luxury cars, including a rolls-royce Phantom, Ferrari, and a Mercedes G Wagon.
“This guy roamed the streets in a gold rolls-royce in the dark and dreary days,” Breslin says.
He claimed that his work as Genie was a favor to company, which he considered the “rolls-royce of animation.”
He made headlines in 2003 when his rolls-royce caught fire while he and his girlfriend were inside.
A rolls-royce instead of a motor-'bus, and everything on the same scale.
"It's Broadfoot's—rolls-royce, six cylinder," he replied promptly.
As I came out a fine rolls-royce limousine drew up on the opposite side of the street—a military car.
A fellow with a rolls-royce has a better chance than a man with a Ford.
No one venturing to solve this social problem he turns slowly and, glaring over his shoulder at rolls-royce, descends the steps.
registered 1908 as trademark, named for designers C.S. Rolls (1877-1910) and Sir Henry Royce (1863-1933). Figurative use from 1916 for any product deemed to be of high quality. Shortened form Rolls first attested 1928.