Rolls-Royce Phantom is equipped with innovative equipment to stay at the top of the space. After all, it should still be the best car in the world.
The trick is the change at the front, although the elegant nose of the Rolls-Royce Phantom has been significantly changed. The British now put a piece of polished metal over the visible Grille of the pantheon and light units. Due to that aspect, the new nose of the Phantom is somewhat similar to that of the beautiful Boat Tail, which was shown by Rolls-Royce last year.
The most popular place for Spirit of Ecstasy
The Pantheon grille has also been given a slightly different look. Now it starts only at the height of the headlights, while the part in the facelift model has already started on the top line of the bonnet. As a result, the Spirit of Ecstasy and Rolls-Royce logos now feature prominently on the Phantom. The light units themselves are now equipped with a new laser light. The grille is also now highlighted, just like the Ghost.
The manufacturer is also adding new wheels to the Phantom range. We especially like the disc wheels, which, according to Rolls-Royce, are reminiscent of cars from the 1920s.
Heavier steering wheel
We cannot find any major changes in the interior. The overall design has remained the same, adding of course that the interior of the Phantom is completely customized to the customer’s wishes. British automakers keep the steering wheel heavier than ever. In this way, the owner (or rather: the driver) has direct contact with the vehicle. Customers can also choose new interior materials, under the name Phantom Platino. In this case, the front seats are made of leather, but the back seats are made of bamboo fabric.
There is also information in the field of software. A new system is being shown for the first time in the Phantom, called Rolls-Royce Connected. The system allows the owner to send an address directly to the vehicle via the Whispers mobile app. The app in turn shows the location of the vehicle, the security status and the general condition of the vehicle.
Nothing changes under the impressive nose of the Rolls-Royce Phantom. And so there is still a powerful 6.75-liter V12 engine with 571 hp.
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