The Rolls-Royce Phantom flagship sedan is produced since 2003, and the convertible and coupe versions joined the range in 2007 and 2008, respectively. At the Geneva Motor Show in 2012 the company introduced an updated Phantom console title to get to the Series II. Underwent restyling the car in all three body styles.
Packaging and prices Rolls-Royce Phantom 2016.
|V12||$409,000||6.7 petrol (460 hp)||Automatic (8)||rear|
|V12 EWB||$420,400||6.7 petrol (460 hp)||Automatic (8)||rear|
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However, to distinguish the appearance Rolls-Royce Phantom Series 2 from the pre-reform model can only be amended by the front bumper, a different branch pipes of the exhaust system and a fully LED-head optics. Petrol 6.75-liter V12 engine remains intact, and outputs the previous 460 hp and 720 Nm, but to replace the six-speed automatic transmission has come a modern eight-automatic, which made the car more economical and environmentally friendly. From zero to hundreds of huge sedan accelerates in just 5.8 seconds and its top speed is limited to 240 km/h. Planck limiter for Phantom coupe and convertible shifted at around 250 km/h. In addition, engineers have worked on the top-end suspension Rolls Royce and reinforced body structure, reducing vibration and noise insulation improved limousine. It is also worth noting the expanded features, which sports a Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II. Sales trends at Prerequisites data will start in the second half of this year.