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Stretched Rolls Royce Phantom by Mutec


Stretched Rolls Royce Phantom by Mutec

Stretched Rolls Royce Phantom by Mutec

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The Rolls Royce Phantom saloon is commonly referred to as a limo or limousine but to most people the word limousine conjures up images of stretched vehicles with three or more rows of windows and a chauffeur behind the wheel. The longest Phantom model made by Rolls Royce, however, is only 25cm longer than the standard model and doesn’t really offer that much more space than the short wheelbase car.

That’s where RR coachbuilder Mutec steps in. The company offers a stretched version of the Phantom that’s 110cm longer than the regular model. Both the front door and rear-opening suicide door remain unchanged but an extra piece of metal and a third window is placed between them. Mutec also installs a divider behind the front seats and a new pair of rear-facing leather pews.

The Mutec Phantom has all the same options as the regular Phantom for the interior and exterior as well as an armored version.

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  1. I think this coachbuilder missed an opportunity here. What is the point of extending the length of an already generous rear end of the car only to put another row of seasts in that from the looks of things would make the occupants feet and even legs touch the opposite passenger. The addition should have been a further 30 -50 cms so as to ensure that the passengers would be travelling in luxury and could ulitmately utilise the seat positioning to make it into 4 recliner chairs.
    We all know that extra room at the back of a limo is a must... :-)
     
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  2. I for one think looks absolutely amazing :) Shame I'm probably about 500,000 dollars short of getting one :p
     
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  3. Wonder how long is this car, the normal phantom is huge already
     
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  4. To clarify, the Phantom 1100 mm by Mutec is not based on the standard wheelbase Phantom but on the EWB (stretched by 25 cm), and has an insert of 85 cm in the middle. That way of course you get also the much larger entry of the rear door.

    @Michael
    Consider yourself a millionaire if you are only US$ 500,000 short :)
    The car is available here: http://www.bluetek.de/content.asp?type=fahrzeuge&NavID=101
    Price is € 998,000 (approx. US$ 1,480,000). It's the non-armored version though.

    @Alan
    The Phantom EWB is 6084 mm (239.5 in) in length, +850 mm stretch should result in 6934 mm (272.9 in).

    Alex Jacobson
     
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  5. Tastefully done for stretch limo. They've succeeded in maintaining the quality standards of the OEM Rolls while creating more space for all those SoBe revelers. I've seen six stuffed into a regular Phantom before...
     
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  6. i love your car please check out our's please contact us we build cars here in north hollywood,ca http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kt8vNwIBhg
     
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  7. Alex I was just about to say the same thing -- this car looks like a stretched version of the EWB car. Note the rear door size matches the EWB's rear doors.
     
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