From the early 1900s, Rolls-Royce has made a name for itself synonymous with quality, remaining true to its values through the years despite changes in the world at large. The company remains more relevant than ever, too: It recently announced that 2021 was a record-breaking sales year with around 5,600 vehicles sold around the world. The average age of buyers is only 43, meaning these ultra-expensive, ultra-luxurious rides are attracting a surprisingly young demographic. Here's a look back at the best Rolls-Royce models of all time, plus a couple of duds, with production dates from Supercars. They include the iconic Phantom II, now in its eighth generation, which has undergone a recent refresh.