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2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom

The Phantom Zenith Collection of Phantom Coupe and Drophead celebrate the end of the Phantoms with bespoke-instrument dials, a special Spirit of Ecstasy figurine, a Tailgate Hosting Area, and armrests laser-edged with depictions of the original launch locations of the two cars. No, we're not making up that last one.

2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom

For 2015, Phantoms, minor changes include black brake calipers, LED lighting for the lamps in vanity mirrors and new wheel finishes. In the 2-door Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe (convertible), the front seat automatically returns to its position after moving forward to let rear-seat passengers inside.

About Rolls-Royce Phantom

One could say that the 2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom is the flagship of the entire automotive industry, not just Rolls-Royce. In sedan, coupe or convertible form, there's nothing else that gives its owner the same sense of luxury, indulgence, and opulence as the Phantom. Even in today's world, where everything is "artisanal," the hand-built construction of the Rolls-Royce Phantom would be considered overkill by the most dedicated hipster. With a price that starts at more than $420,000 and skyrockets from there thanks to the Bespoke individualization process, its competition isn't other cars, but condos, yachts, fine jewelry, art...you get the picture. If you find yourself capable of buying one, the V12 engine, exquisite ride and opulent surroundings are like nothing else.

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