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The very first of the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom has just rolled off the production line. And guess what? It will be put on auction at the 2018 Naples Winter Wine Festival. The example looks quite similar to the Phantom that we saw at the HR Owen showroom in London in terms of the colour scheme, but it looks much cooler.
The wine event will take place next month from January 26 to 28 at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, Florida. And all proceeds that will be earned from the festival will go to the Naples Children & Education Foundation.
The first example of the Phantom sits on a standard wheelbase, it is painted in a Belladonna Purple hue that contrasts with the Arctic White and Tailored Purple Bespoke interior. The model that will go on sale is what is referred to as the Phantom Ultimate Power Lot. To add to that, it gets the opportunity to be part of the 2019 ROBB Report Car of the Year. It will be sold together with the collection of wines from Alpha Omega, a winery in Napa valley. The organisers behind this event describes it as the ultimate experience for the luxury motoring and wine lover.Read the entire article First-ever 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom will go under the hammer at Naples Festival
The 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom was developed by the company for customers who want to have an ultra-luxurious, and ultra-unique car that perfectly matches their personality. With that being said, they have just launched an online configuration especially made for the Phantom.
This site lets customers design their Rolls-Royce exactly how they want it, making it truly their own personal 2018 Phantom. The company always says that you don’t purchase a Rolls Royce, but you commission one instead. Just like a tailor-made suit with your specific measurements, you can now get a car that suits your taste. That way, there won’t be any detail about the car that you won’t like.
The eight-generation Phantom will be riding on an all-aluminum platform, the same as the Cullinan SUV. It will be equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission that is paired with the all-new twin-turbo 6.75 liter V12 with 563 horsepower and 663 pound-feet (900 Nm) of torque. This Phantom is actually ten percent quieter than the previous model when it starts to accelerate.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce lets you customize your uber-luxurious 2018 Phantom with an online configurator
The mere thought of a Rolls-Royce wagon is quite silly. But hey, it didn’t take us long before we realized that it isn’t that hideous after seeing X-Tomi Design’s latest spinoff.
The artist derived its digital rendition from the eighth generation Phantom following the limousine’s official launch in London. Rolls-Royce did come up with wagons way back when there were no SUVs yet. Do you remember the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud from 1959 that the coachbuilder converted into a wagon? There used to be four of them. As a matter of fact, the British automaker did those conversions together with H.J Mulliner and so the idea of a Rolls-Royce wagon isn’t totally new.
“Project Cullinan” instead is now in the works and will be the first sports utility vehicle to be offered officially by the luxury carmaker. Strangely, while Rolls-Royce’s SUV prototype was being developed, several spy shots have actually revealed some close resemblances to the all-new Phantom. It only seems logical since the dimensions of the current Phantom is virtually the same as a truck. The difference is that the SUV gets to sit on a taller platform.Read the entire article 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom Wagon rendering, does not look bad at all
Rolls-Royce has been around for decades now, and we have seen the Rolls-Royce Phantom for eight generations in the span of around 100 years. Of all models, this is probably the most luxurious model, beating all other luxury cars in the market. And that’s saying a lot.
The 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom can be customized to boast the utmost luxury ranging from veneers and leathers of the richest shades, to porcelain and gold-plated elements that you can put in your Phantom - basically the best of the best.
But before all that, it has to be equally presentable on the outside. The 2018 Phantom is looking very elegant and superior in its metal exterior, which can be had in a solid or a two-tone design. It has got flowing lines, a nice rear, and it sits on massive wheels.Read the entire article 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom has an all-aluminium chassis, sound insulation, self-closing rear doors
The new 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII is on the way, but still, all we had been seeing are camouflaged prototypes of the eight generation of this iconic nameplate. Fortunately though, images of the supposed Phantom VIII – sans the camouflaged – suddenly appeared, giving people a more vivid idea on how the eight generation would actually look like.
Earlier this year, the very last of the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII left the carmaker’s manufacturing base in West Sussex, England. While it signaled the end of the seventh generation of the Phantom, it also indicated a new generation – the eighth one – is on the way. Given the definite success of the already iconic Phantom VII, fans and enthusiasts are really looking forward to the next generation.
Introduced in 2003, the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII has been a definition of utmost luxury for 13 years. Given the fact that this Rolls-Royce model doesn’t really need to undergo major tweaks in design and style as it jumps to a new generation, the upcoming Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII is expected to look similar to its predecessor. Of course, there would be a number of changes, but that would come in the form of innovations and technologies, instead of design.Read the entire article Chinese website leaks images of 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom sans camouflage
If you have plans to purchase a new factory-fresh Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Drophead Coupe, it is much better to hurry up. This is because the only remaining it is the newest and the last Phantom VII Drophead Coupe to roll off from the carmaker’s production line, as confirmed by a certification from the Rolls-Royce factory.
Rolls-Royce introduced its Phantom family as early as 2003. The first to be launched was the sedan in 2003, and it was followed by the convertible four years later in 2007. Then in 2008, Rolls-Royce introduced the coupe version of the Phantom VII. Now, a decade since the open-top Phantom VII was born, the “Last of Last” edition -- the sole remaining example of the 2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe -- is now up for sale by at the Seven Car Lounge in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. According to the listing, this Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is a fresh output of the carmaker’s Goodwood assembly facility, which is in now being retooled to prepare for the production of the model’s future successor.
As a proof that this Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Drophead Coupe – with Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of 12345 -- is still fresh from the factory, the “Last of Last” edition has zero miles traveled since it was rolled off from the production line. Its core is served by a powerful 6.5-liter 12-cylinder V12 petrol engine, which delivers 460 PS of max output and 720 Nm of peak torque. This high level of power is sent to the rear wheels through an automatic transmission. The powertrain is accommodated in body frame that is made from pure aluminum components. By using such material and construction, Rolls-Royce was able to make the casing as light as possible while making it stiff and strong.Read the entire article Last of Last Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Drophead Coupe now on sale in Saudi Arabia
We are now saying farewell to an icon in the world of bespoke automotive luxury – the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII. In the market since 2003, the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII has become a true legend, and the British carmaker is not waving goodbye to its most precious creation without making a loud noise.
Following finishing touches at Rolls-Royce’s manufacturing facility, the last of the Phantom VIIs – an extended wheelbase version -- is ready to be delivered to its owner, renowned collector of Rolls-Royce vehicles. Definitely, the last Phantom VII is a collector’s item as it marked the end of the first chapter of the Rolls-Royce Phantom under BMW ownership, while ushering the way to another generation of this iconic luxury vehicle.
Having a Phantom in the garage is a sign of the owner’s high pedigree. After all, the Phantom is considered to be a four-wheel manifestation of true wealth as well as power. Its seventh generation, the Phantom VII has been the symbol of true bespoke luxury. In fact, when the Phantom VII was first offered in 2003, clients could choose from a palette of 44,000 paint colors, and specify any leather color. In the past 13 years of existence of the Phantom VII, each example is a study in luxury. The same is true for the last of the Phantom VIIs.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce completes final Phantom VII luxury sedan; Phantom VIII in the works
Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce Motor Cars recently announced that 2016 will be the last production year for the company’s highly-successful Phantom models. The announcement was made by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars CEO Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes and comes after news that Rolls-Royce has started testing an all-new aluminum architecture, which will be utilized by newer cars slated to be available by 2018.
In the same announcement, Mueller-Oetvoes added that the Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe models will no longer be produced in the future. A special collection run consisting of a limited 50 cars will be produced to mark the end of production for these highly desirable models which will be aptly-named the Phantom Zenith.
The seventh generation Phantom started a renaissance for Roll-Royce Motor Cars having entered into production 13 years ago in Goodwood. It defined what a super luxury car should be and reinforced the marque’s claim in this category with its subdued power, grace and unrivaled magnificence.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce announces surprising end for Phantom line with launch of the Zenith
It is back, the one-off custom-built car based from the Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe is back on the market with an asking price of EUR1.45 million (US $1.6 million), courtesy of Al-Ain Class Motors in Dubai.
The new tag was nearly half the asking price for the Pininfarina Hyperion Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe three years ago at EUR2.93 million. The one-off was named after one of the Titans of Greek mythology – Hyperion – to underscore both its aesthetic and figurative power.
The origin of this one-off is traced to Roland Hall -- a collector and an owner of a Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe – who asked the Pininfarina Special Projects Division to create a custom-built car that would somewhat evoke the charm and appeal of the spectacular cars of the 1930s.Read the entire article Big price cut for Pininfarina Hyperion Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe! Now selling at $1.6 million!
The custom Rolls-Royce Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupé was designed especially for the Dubai market. This exclusive vehicle revealed at the AGMC Rolls-Royce showroom is a one-of-a-kind model and draws its inspiration from the bygone era of the Raja and in particular the glorious golden age of India.
Looking into the past, the designers examined how over a hundred years ago Indian royalty developed a unique relationship with Rolls-Royce, one which saw an unprecedented number of bespoke vehicles created. Each of which was designed to test what was possible in a Rolls-Royce and led to a partnership which saw over 800 hand-crafted vehicles from the heart of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England delivered to India.
This was a development which earned the company the 'Best Car in the World' award and its designers created an unheard of number of modifications to the style, comfort and performance of its vehicles.Read the entire article One-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe unveiled in Dubai
For the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled its latest Bespoke offering, the Phantom Metropolitan Collection. Inspired by the modern metropolis, the new vehicle arrives with a special interior that includes small pieces of wood veneer that forms decorative motifs.
According to the British manufacturer, the design was created through the expert application of 500 individual wood veneer pieces and the unique objects took several days to be completed.
The cityscape theme extends beyond the wood surfaces as the special vehicle features Aetherius Grey leather with rear seats fitted with 6,800 two-tone stitches to the central flutes that resembles an abstract image of a skyscraper.Read the entire article 2014 Paris Motor Show: Rolls-Royce debuts the Phantom Metropolitan Collection
If you believe that buying a Rolls-Royce nowadays makes you filthy rich you’d better think again as luxury entrepreneur Stephen Hung just ordered the largest Phantom fleet in the world. According to the Company, Hung purchased 30 Bespoke Extended Wheelbase Phantoms for his Louis XIII hotel in Macau and two of the fleet will be the most expensive Phantoms ever commissioned.
A signing ceremony took place on September 16th at the Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood in West Sussex, England. The ceremony saw Rolls-Royce CEO, Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, Louis XIII Chairman, Stephen Hung, the Board of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Louis XIII executives and a representative from Graff Diamonds.
Each of the 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms were extensively customized by Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke designed team which worked in collaboration with Stephen Hung and Louis XIII.Read the entire article Stephen Hung orders 30 Bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms for Louis XIII hotel in Macau
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé Waterspeed Collection has made its debut in Europe at the Concorso d’Eleganza at Villa d’Este on the shores of Lake Como, Italy. It was made and designed to celebrate the world water-speed record – at 126.33 mph -- set by Sir Malcolm Campbell on Lake Maggiore in September 1, 1937 in a Bluebird K3 boat powered by a Rolls-Royce R- Engine.
The next day, Campbell improved the record to 129.5mph, thereby breaking the United States’ five-year hold on the world water-speed record. The Waterspeed Collection, created by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ Bespoke department, is consists of 35 especially designed Phantom Drophead Coupés.
They replicate the cutting-edge technology that were used to build Campbell’s Bluebird K3 craft, and are made from the finest and newest materials. The The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé Waterspeed Collection features an exclusive Maggiore Blue color scheme as hand-crafted Abachi wood inlays conjure the feeling of a boat gliding through water.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce unveils Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed Collection at Villa d’Este
Earlier this week we revealed you the fact that the Rolls-Royce SUV will arrive in 2017, but today we found out that the British carmaker owned by the BMW Group started work on the second-generation Phantom. According to Autocar, the new next-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom will arrive in showrooms by 2017 and the designers already started sketching the new flagship sedan.
If the current Phantom uses a unique aluminum spaceframe structure, Rolls-Royce didn’t decide if it will use the same platform as they are considering a new BMW i3-style combination of a carbon fiber bodyshell mounted on an aluminum chassis.
Under the hood, we will find the same V12 engine but the company is also considering a plug-in hybrid version. Design chief Giles Taylor said that the new Rolls-Royce Phantom will feature a new grille, headlights and air intakes.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce starts work on the second-generation Phantom flagship sedan
Rolls-Royce unveiled the Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed Collection and announced that the new vehicle will be seen at this year’s Concorso D’Elegenza at Villa D’Este. The new vehicle will be easily recognizable thanks to the exclusive Bespoke design and engineering features.
As you can see from the photos, the car is finished in a Maggiore Blue exterior paint, developed especially for this model and inspired by the Bluebird’s famous colour scheme. According to Rolls-Royce, nine layers of paint were applied before the process of hand-sanding and application of the powdered lacquer.
In addition, the exterior finish extends to the engine, a first for Rolls-Royce. The exterior design is completed by the specially developed, fully-polished eleven-spoke wheels, but also by the hand-painted coachline that culminates in a Bluebird motif. Rolls-Royce says that the master coachline painted needed four hours to apply the design by hand.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed Collection shows its Maggiore Blue coat
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show its new Pinnacle Travel Phantom, which has been conceived both to celebrate the Chinese love for travel and the success of the carmaker’s Bespoke program in the country. China was regarded as the largest outbound travel market in 2013, spending an estimated $125 billion on travel, according to the World Tourism Barometer published by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.
To cater to this growing interest in luxury travel, the Rolls-Royce Pinnacle Travel Phantom offers opulent color scheme, lavish materials and superb hand-crafted inlays. The Pinnacle Travel Phantom features a two-tone exterior color scheme of Madeira Red-Silver Sand, hinting what a traveller can expect inside the luxurious cabin.
The Rolls-Royce Pinnacle Travel Phantom is also available in Infinity Black-Silver Haze or Melanite- Palladium color schemes. color scheme is continued through the cabin, which features Morello Red and Seashell leather combinations for seats, roofliner, pillars and door cards. The interior of the Rolls-Royce Pinnacle Travel Phantomalso features specifically developed Morello Red lambs wool floor mats.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce unveils Pinnacle Travel Phantom at 2014 Beijing Motor Show
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars revealed today the first sketch with the Bespoke Waterspeed Collection, a limited series of 35 Phantom Drophead Coupé that celebrate the a seminal act of British daring and endeavour. Back in 1937, on 1st of September, Sir Malcolm Campbell headed out onto the calm blue waters of Lake Maggiore on the Swiss-Italian frontier.
He took the wheel of his Bluebird K3 hydroplane boat powered by Rolls-Royce’s R-Type engine and set a record of 126.32 mph. The following day he set a new record of 129.5 mph, breaking the United States’ five-year stranglehold on the world waterspeed record.
The new Bespoke Waterspeed Collection echoes the cutting-edge technology employed in the construction of these craft and the company promises to use the finest contemporary materials never used before on a Rolls-Royce furnish.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce announces Phantom Drophead Coupe Bespoke Waterspeed Collection
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is introducing the Celestial Phantom, which features a starry night theme and is encrusted with 446 diamonds. This stunning motor car actually made its debut at the Frankfurt IAA but to make it even more enticing, the automaker painstakingly set diamonds into the door-cappings, centre console lid and rear-privacy divider by hand.
CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös said that the automaker built “something truly special” for the Dubai International Motor Show to celebrate the fact that the Middle East is the biggest market for Bespoke cars worldwide.
This unique car is built to commemorate the delivery of the first Phantom to its owner January 1, 2003 at midnight, a decisive moment in Rolls-Royce history.Read the entire article 2013 Dubai Motor Show: Rolls-Royce debuts Celestial Phantom, encrusted with 446 diamonds
This is the Rolls-Royce Chicane Phantom Coupé, a one-of-a-kind model from the British manufacturer that evokes Goodwood’s rich motor sport history. According to the official press release, this model was created after Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Dubai Brand Manager Mohammed EL-Arishy had an idea and presented to the Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke design team.
Mohammed EL-Arishy wanted a motor car that captures the unique atmosphere and history of the Goodwood Motor Circuit. The luxury coupe features a Gunmetal exterior paint and the coloured wheels match it, being the first time such a feature has adorned a contemporary Rolls-Royce motor car. Insider, the traditional interior wood-finish was replaced by carbon fiber, alluding to the materials used in modern racing machines.
The theme is continued at the exterior, with the bonnet and windscreen surround finished in matte black. Racing theme is continued with chequered flag motif stitching to the seats, while a metal plaque expressing the car’s name and Goodwood’s famous track layout sits in the glove compartment.Read the entire article Rolls-Royce Chicane Phantom Coupe is inspired by the Goodwood Motor Circuit
Rolls-Royce has recently unveiled the Celestial Phantom, a one-off motor car that celebrates a decade of the renaissance of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars under BMW Group custodianship. The Celestial Phantom is elegant and evokes a lightness of touch that Goodwood’s designers and craftspeople have come to be known for.
On Jan. 1, 2003, the first Phantom was rolled out from its newly completed manufacturing plant, signifying the start of a new chapter in the marque’s history.
The Celestial Phantom has an exterior colour scheme that’s inspired by the night sky. Fine glass particles have been added to the paint to attain an attractive sense of depth and light. This theme continues to the interior of this very special Phantom Extended Wheelbase.Read the entire article 2013 IAA: Rolls-Royce Celestial Phantom celebrates a decade of the renaissance [Live Photos]
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