The Rolls-Royce Corniche is a two door coupé and as a two door convertible manufactured and marketed by Rolls-Royce from 1971 to 1995. The Corniche was a development of the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, with the two door variants of that model marketed as the “Silver Shadow Mulliner Park Ward two door fixed head coupé & drop head coupé” from 1966 until 1971 when the Corniche name was applied. The model was assembled and finished in London at Mulliner Park Ward as continuation of the 1965 Silver Shadow coupe and 1967 drophead, with the Corniche name applied in March 1971. The Corniche was also sold as a Bentley, though that model became known as the Continental in 1984. Rolls-Royce Corniche was available both as a coupé and convertible. The car used the standard Rolls-Royce V8 engine. It had an aluminium-silicon alloy block and aluminium cylinder heads with cast iron wet cylinder liners. The bore was in. and the stroke was in for a total of litres. Twin SU carburettors were initially fitted, but were replaced with the complex single Solex 4A1 four-barrel carburettor introduced in 1977. Engine location is front drive with rear wheel propulsion. The body and chassis is steel unibody with auxiliary frames. Corniche production years are from 1971 – 1985 . New pricing places this Corniche at $ 226,550 . The weight is 5050 lbs. The engine that powers this Rolls is a V8, 6751 cc. or cu in. or a litre. , 90-degree, 220 bhp., with a bore : in / 104 mm. and a stroke or in / 99 mm. Included with the Rolls Royce is full power accessories, leather interior, real wood trim, and carpeted trunk and cabin. The last 25 Corniche models to be built, completed in the summer of 1995, were unique turbocharged versions and were called the Corniche S. In total, 5,146 Corniche Convertibles had been built, plus 1,108 coupes, and 140 Bentley Corniches. The fifth series to bear the Corniche name made its debut in January 2000. At the time of its release, it was the most expensive vehicle offered by Rolls-Royce, with a base price of US $359,900. Its production was ended in 2001, as Bentley became a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG and continued manufacture in Crewe while Rolls-Royce became solely owned by BMW, manufacturing in a new factory built by BMW. Apparently, the Rolls Royce Corniche model doesn’t exist anymore, and after 100 years of the Rolls being manufactured in England, they are now built in Germany. Enjoy this rolling monument of the iconic luxury car, the Rolls Royce Corniche convertible. Thanks for viewing.