Girls on Rolls is a group of amazing women rolling the main philanthropy organizations who share a passion for luxury and believe that by supporting the community they can make a difference. They come from all walks of life – from finance to stay-at-home moms – but what they all have in common is their love to help and support the most needed.
Girls on Rolls provides a unique opportunity for these women to network and support each other with their business or personal projects, charity events, fundraising, and activities to give back to the community by connecting with each other, and sharing their experiences and knowledge.
We are a group of like-minded women who share a passion for cars, connecting people, and helping the community. We meet regularly to discuss events, projects, and charities in which we are involved.
For the first time in the US Rolls Royce Miami hosted a special unveiling of the new electric Rolls Royce, Specture especially for the GOR.
Tea for a Cause aims to raise vital funds or the Back-to-School Health Fair, which benefits children in Miami's underserved communities by providing them with access to quality education and healthcare.
Spectre positions Rolls-Royce’s entrance into the electric world as a stamp of leadership — and the beginning of an era that will see the entire model portfolio electrified by 2030.
Its visionary design reinvents timeless iconography, setting a clear path toward the marque’s first all-electric decade.
Designed as a stylistic connection between Spectre’s front and rear, the vertical brightwork of the tail lights pay homage to the iconic Illuminated Grille and its upright vanes.
Rolls-Royce designers affectionately refer to the rear lights as an ‘island of detail’ because of how their smooth panels rise gracefully out from Spectre’s rear silhouette, creating a single meeting point where all lines of the elegant fastback design converge.