Rolls Royce Silver Seraph Models and Silver Seraph History

Replacing the long-running Silver Spur, the Silver Seraph premiered in the United States for the 1999 model year. An exceptional example of automotive luxury, the new 1999 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph featured classic designed and hand-crafted manufacturing with some contemporary touches. One modernized touch came under the hood of the Rolls-Royce sedan as the brand lost its L Series V-8 engine. A BMW-sourced 5.4-liter V-12 engine served as momentum for the nearly 5,200-pound vehicle managed through a five-speed automatic transmission. Standard traction control, front and rear air conditioning, 10-speaker audio system as well as the use of fine leathers for the interior were some features that gave the Silver Seraph the prowess of a leading executive car or limousine. An extended length version of the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph called the Park Ward was sold between 2001 and 2002. The Silver Seraph was developed well in advance of Rolls-Royce's purchase by the BMW Group. After a production run of 1,570 vehicles, Silver Seraph sedan became one of the last Rolls-Royce products to be constructed alongside a Bentley on the same platform. The BMW-backed Rolls-Royce brand launched the Phantom as their new flagship luxury sedan in 2003.

New and Used Silver Seraph Prices, Rolls Royce Silver Seraph Model Years and History

An iconic and ultra-luxurious sedan, the hand-built 2002 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph is powered by a V12 engine linked to a very smooth shifting five-speed automatic transmission.