Posts Tagged ‘Rolls Royce’
We at O’Gara La Jolla have been waiting a long time for this moment. The moment that, with the world, we saw the unveiling of a future icon. We are so pleased and proud to introduce the newest member of the Rolls-Royce family, The Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
Photo’s by Robert Grubbs and Jason Salazar
For the last two months, we at O’Gara La Jolla have been trying to solve a problem. How do you top the Inaugural San Diego GT? We unveiled 5 hypercars in dramatic fashion and had a strong showing of supercars and other exotics. Well, what you see below is how we maintained San Diego GT’s reputation as being one of Southern California’s premier Cars and Coffee events.
The All-New Rolls-Royce Dawn 2018
Possibly one of the most beautiful convertibles on the road today, the Rolls Royce Dawn 2018 has many beautiful details. With so many options available how do you pick the perfect one for you? Here we will discuss some tips and ideas for creating a car in your image, not for your image.
Earlier this year, the O’Gara Beverly Hills team created Sunset GT and set the gold standard for what a cars and coffee event could be. They brought out the most exclusive cars and did it on a scale that no one had ever seen. Month after month of successful shows gave us here in San Diego the confidence that we could do the same for our car community. So last Saturday, after weeks and weeks of planning, O’Gara Coach La Jolla held its first ever San Diego GT, and it went better than any of us ever imagined.
The Dawn Black Badge through the Lens
One of the biggest challenges of photographing cars is choosing the right location. A proper location can help the photos tell a story, or set the right mood and tone. You want to put the viewer in the car, make them imagine themselves in that situation. A beautiful luxury car in front of a palatial home makes sense. A hypercar photographed on the open road, or at the racetrack makes sense. The Dawn Black Badge though, it needed something different.
The Phantom. The flagship sedan in the iconic Rolls-Royce line up. This car has become the pinnacle of luxury and class. For 13 years the Phantom VII has hosted everyone from entertainment mega stars to royal families. So how do you improve upon that? How do you take arguably one of the most recognized cars in the world, and make it better? Rolls-Royce had the answer.
Monterey Car Week | O’Gara Recap
Monterey Car Week, the largest and most prestigious car gathering in the world. The series of events held during that week brings together some of the most elusive and expensive automobiles in history. Mind boggling displays of automotive wealth and ingenuity are commonplace not only at exclusive events like Quail, but in the streets of Monterey and Carmel. You don’t need a billionaires bank account to see and appreciate the amazing cars that converge on this quiet beach town. That is what makes this week so special. It brings together car enthusiasts of all backgrounds. Below are highlights from the events and private showings held last week.
Rolls-Royce. The pinnacle of the Luxury Automotive world for over 100 years. The Phantom. The long standing Flagship car for the famed brand. For the last 13 years the seventh generation phantom as remained the king of luxury sedan platform. As with other great icons, this one needed to evolve. Enter the Phantom 8. A car built in your image, not for your image.
Rolls-Royce La Jolla | Reggie Bush Charity Weekend
In 2015 NFL Football Star and Philanthropist Reggie Bush started a fun and interactive way to raise money for not only charities close to his heart, but in the city he grew up in. The Reggie Bush Charity Weekend was created, and each year has grown in not only popularity but in how much has been raised. As we did last year, O’Gara Coach La Jolla and Rolls-Royce La Jolla stepped in and sponsored the four days worth of fun and events. Below is a recap of the weekend’s highlights.
Weeks ago, Rolls-Royce North America received a hand written letter from Jim Cowhey’s second grade class at Highlands Elementary School. The letter, requesting more information about the iconic brand, inspired Elizabeth Williams, the Product Communications officer at Rolls-Royce North America. Most of the celebrity’s and companies who receive these letters, send back brochures, posters, and other things the kids can have. Well for the 7 and 8 year olds currently in Mr Cowhey’s class, Elizabeth decided to provide them with something a little more memorable.