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Rolls Royce Phantom Grey Goose edition


Rolls Royce Phantom Grey Goose edition

Rolls Royce Phantom Grey Goose edition

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Luxury Vodka maker Grey Goose and Rolls Royce have teamed up to create two customized limited-edition Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms to help promote social responsibility while drinking. The cars will be used at high-profile events and around the town, where trained chauffeurs will educate passengers on Grey Goose and to drink responsibly.

Passengers will be encapsulated within the Grey Goose experience through special features including custom blended Grey Goose signature blue exterior paint and plush upholstery, Grey Goose logo embroidered onto headrests and integrated into the trim of the car, grey chrome door tread plates, Grey Goose etched mirrors and sterling silver Grey Goose onlay on each of the mahogany-veneered door cappings.

The Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantom is a limited edition vehicle with only 100 being produced in the world, which promises additional interior space for the rear passengers while maintaining the look of the standard Phantom. Power continues to be provided by the same 6.75L, 48-valve, 453hp, 720Nm V12 engine that was developed for the standard Phantom.
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  1. I really don't see the whole "drinking responsibly" relation here. Plus, Rolls-Royce and some vodka outfit? How terribly common.
     
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  2. If you can afford this car, you can afford a driver.... idiot.
     
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  3. Grey Goose is NOT that good. It's just really well marketed and over-hyped.
     
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  4. i am from sri lanka. i need to know some more information about ROLLS ROYCE. bocouse this is not enough to complete my assingment other than there are only 3 or less rolls royces in sri lanka. but basically i found some informations from this web site. thank you.
     
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  5. Why did they show a photo of the front of the car? The vast majority of Phantoms on the road are the regular-length wheelbase. I want to see what THIS one looks like from the side!
     
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