Rolls Royce Park Ward Models and Park Ward History

Deriving from former coachbuilder Mulliner Park Ward, the Park Ward nameplate has been affixed to two exceptionally-equipped Rolls-Royce models produced from 1995 to 2002. Both Rolls-Royce Park Ward models specifically featured a lengthened wheelbase for enhanced rear seat room and comfort. The first iteration of the Park Ward was attached to the Silver Spur powered by a 6.75-liter V-8 engine. Produced from 1995 to 1998, Park Ward models touted high-end interior tailoring that also included cabinetry in the rear passenger compartment. Based on the Silver Seraph, the second version of the Rolls-Royce Park Ward entered production for 2000. The 2000 Park Ward measured 9.84 inches longer than the traditional Silver Seraph sedan. A 5.4-liter V-12 engine supplied by BMW was the power source for the new Park Ward model that was also equipped with a five-speed automatic transmission and featured an enhanced ride quality thanks to a stiffer structure. Existing as a large, limousine-like, super premium vehicle during both generations, production of the two Rolls-Royce Park Ward lines is reported to be 211 examples worldwide.

New and Used Park Ward Prices, Rolls Royce Park Ward Model Years and History

The 2002 Rolls-Royce Park Ward is a full-size luxury sedan that offers hand-built craftsmanship and exclusive style.