Collection of 100 Rolls-Royce cars dating back to 1911 come together for anniversary celebration.

Last Friday, Rolls-Royce celebrated the 100th anniversary of its iconic emblem, the Spirit of Ecstasy, that adorns the hood of each of the British luxury automaker's cars.

The event was dubbed '100 cars for 100 years' and featured a collection of Rolls-Royce models, supplied by members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club, dating back to 1911 which were put on public display at the company's headquarters in Goodwood, West Sussex, UK.

The cars then proceeded in a motorcade to be displayed at the Concours d'Elegance at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu in New Forest.

Rolls-Royce celebrates 'Spirit of Ecstasy' centenary with '100 cars for 100 years' event [video]