Rolls Royce‘s eighth-generation Phantom has received a comprehensive refresh with the Phantom Series II, and the famous British automaker has further cemented its position at the top. External enhancements to the Phantom were limited at the request of customers. A polished chrome line connects the headlights and the top of the Parthenon grille, while the “R” logo and “Spirit of Ecstasy” are subtly made more prominent. The overall impact of the Rolls Royce Phantom remains intact, with its roofline and timeless proportions. In the interior of the luxury car; The moving Starlight Headliner, the glass-enclosed gallery containing the artworks chosen by the buyer can be counted among the remarkable details.
Rolls Royce’s options division can create one-of-a-kind Phantoms in almost any material and color combination imaginable. The Phantom Series II will go on sale later this year, and while pricing hasn’t been announced yet it should stick close to the current model’s near-$500,000 starting price. Alongside the ‘standard’ production Phantom Series IIs, Rolls-Royce also unveiled its latest bespoke creation: the Phantom Platino, which has interior materials derived from bamboo.
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