...The stupendous amount of veneer wood trim answers the question, "What happened to all the forests in England?" You'll want to remove your Manolo Blahniks before stepping onto the sumptuous lambswool carpet. As nice as one may think the inside of a Rolls-Royce is, it's nicer. And the numerous customization options provide the opportunity to make this luxurious environment even nicerer. For those who will actually drive their Phantom, or perhaps for their chauffeur Cavendish, the instrument panel is clean, with classic gauges, and simple audio and climate controls. The latter are mounted too...
...Self-leveling air springs are used at each corner. Synchronized wheel centers keep the Rolls-Royce badges on all four wheels upright at all times. Standard wheels measure 21 inches in diameter. Interior Lush and generous are the bywords for the Phantom's standard five-occupant interior; four-occupant seating with rear bucket seats is available. To aid in safety, privacy and social interaction, backseat occupants sit well back in lounge-shaped seats alongside the C-pillars rather than next to the doors. Umbrellas stow in each reverse-opening rear door. Front and rear park-distance sensors...
Rolls-Royce has reportedly started work on a replacement for its Phantom flagship sedan, due to appear on the roads in the next three years. It will feature a new take on... read more May 15, 2014 by Antony Ingram
Rolls-Royce has finally unveiled its new special edition Phantom Drophead Coupe built to commemorate the triumph of Sir Malcolm Campbell in his Rolls-Royce-powered Bluebird... read more May 12, 2014 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Rolls-Royce Bespoke will unveil its latest customized creation at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The British luxury automaker's specialty division is known for building custom... read more April 18, 2014 by Stephen Edelstein
As if Rolls-Royce's Phantom wasn't ostentatious enough, the British automaker decided to cover it with diamonds. Yes, Rolls-Royce is showing an updated version of the... read more November 5, 2013 by Stephen Edelstein
The Rolls-Royce Phantom came gliding into the world on January 1 back in 2003. Per the automaker, this happened at midnight. Fast forward ten years, and the automaker is... read more September 10, 2013 by Jeff Glucker