What better way is there to celebrate the centenary of the Rolls Royce Spirit of Ecstasy, than to hold an event specifically aimed to bring them all together. That's exactly what went on for the Spirit of Ecstasy Centenary Drive where there were no less than one hundred Rolls-Royce vehicles in London on February 6. The drive started in Belgravia and ended at the Great Conservatory at Syon House in West London, all the while passing through several of London's landmarks.
Included in the itinerary are several locations of significance for the Rolls-Royce brand. This includes the birthplace of Charles Rolls, and the site of the studio where sculptor Charles Sykes created his famous Spirit of Ecstasy. Spectators were also able to see some Phantom and Ghost models, as well as a selection of classic and vintage cars.