The Rolls-Royce Phantom will get refined styling tweaks and an extended gear record.
Rolls-Royce has up to date the Phantom sedan with many refined tweaks which are geared toward holding it aggressive towards rivals from Mercedes-Maybach and Bentley.
- New Phantom will get beauty updates
- New bamboo-derived cloth out there for rear seats
- Continues with the 6.75-litre V12 engine
New Rolls Royce Phantom: what all has modified?
The primary tweaks embody a barely reworked entrance grille, which contains a extra distinguished badge, a darkened end and is now illuminated, like on the smaller Rolls-Royce Ghost. A brand new, polished horizontal line between the daytime-running lights has additionally been added and provides the automobile a “new and assertive modernity, reflecting its driver-focused character”, in line with Rolls-Royce.
The Phantom’s lights additionally get an improve, with laser-cut, star-shaped motifs added for further night-time presence. There’s a brand new set of stainless-steel wheels too, with triangular particulars, however the 1920s-style disc wheels are additionally out there.
Inside, a thicker steering wheel has been fitted however the remainder of the cabin stays unaltered. Nonetheless, homeowners can go for a brand new silver-white inside color scheme referred to as Phantom Platino, which brings a bamboo-derived cloth for the rear seats, whereas leather-based is used for the entrance seats.
No different modifications have been made, so the Rolls-Royce Phantom continues with the identical 6.75-litre, twin-turbocharged V12 engine that it has used since its arrival in 2017.
Rolls Royce India line-up
The British luxurious model at present sells the Phantom, the Ghost and the Cullinan SUV in India. The Bentley Flying Spur and the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class are the closest rivals to the Rolls-Royce Phantom.