The Rolls-Royce Phantom, at least in its current guise, has been around for a decade. While that's a long, long time in the automotive biz, the Series II updates launched earlier this year have kept it fresh.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, 338 Fisker Karmas, worth a total of about $33 million, were left in ruins through either flooding or fire. Fisker's insurance company has refused to pay the claim, citing the language of the policy. That's likely to leave a big dent in the nascent car company's wallet, but it's not over just yet--the matter is going to court.
For all of these stories and more, check out today's car news headlines in the links below.
Rare NASCAR-Linked Cars Going On Sale At Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction
Rolls-Royce Celebrates 10 Years Of Its Latest Phantom
Fisker's Insurer Denies Payment On Flood-Damaged Karmas
Drive To Launch New "Inside Koenigsegg" Series: Video
Top Gear Season 19 Starting Dates Revealed
Paparazzo Dies Grabbing Images Of Justin Bieber's Ferrari
Green Energy Wins In Last-Minute U.S. 'Fiscal Cliff' Bill
Ordering Eco Trim: Gas Savings, But No More Resale Value
This Car-Sharing Thing May Be Catching On: Avis Buys Zipcar For $500 Million
U.S. Auto Sales Expected To Surpass 15 Million In 2013