The signature Rolls-Royce, the essence of the marque. With its powerful stance, iconic proportions and state-of-the-art technology, Phantom is a timeless interpretation of the modern luxury motor car. The Spirit of Ecstasy leads the way – with a sense of purpose and presence.
Sixty pairs of highly skilled hands. That’s the level of artisanship that goes into building every Phantom at the Home of Rolls-Royce. Each detail matters – the five coats of paint on the bodyshell, the bookmatched veneers and the hand-stitched leatherwork. Perfection is our benchmark.
Born to be Bespoke
When you commission your own Phantom, you choose what statement to make. Create a magical star-filled night sky with 800 individual fibre optic lights hand-fitted into the roof lining. Look sharp with pinstripe tyres and watch holders in the rear door panniers. Whatever personality you wish to project, our Bespoke team can realise it for you. Anything is possible when it comes to commissioning your Phantom. For the Bespoke Phantom Metropolitan Collection, we took inspiration from the city. Inside, intricate marquetry designs and embroidery depict abstract skyscrapers from an elevated view. There is also a 24-location rotating time zone bezel clock – the first ever used in a motor car.
Phantom’s unique, advanced aluminium spaceframe is hand-welded from over 500 separate parts, making it incredibly lightweight and strong. The state-of-the-art suspension technologies create the air-cushioned ‘magic carpet ride’ unique to Rolls-Royce.
Just as Phantom’s presence is quietly authoritative, the delivery of power from the direct-injection V12 engine is equally commanding. At 70mph, more than 90% of the power is available in reserve, making acceleration so smooth it feels like you’re in an infinite first gear.
As you open Phantom’s rear coach doors, you’re welcomed into an interior that boasts supreme craftsmanship: the feel and scent of soft leather upholstery, and the beauty of the bookmatched veneer that runs throughout the interior. It’s the epitome of contemporary luxury and uncompromising skill.
Deep lambswool rugs underfoot, large cocooning C-pillars, umbrellas cleverly concealed in each rear door, three-flute heated seats and a virtually flat floor in the rear compartment: Phantom is the ultimate in comfort. Sit back and relax. The hand-stitched leatherwork takes over two weeks to complete, with nine hides required for each interior. Pre-shrunk and drum-dyed so the colour permeates right through, the leather won’t squeak or crack.
|Max power||453 bhp / 460 PS (DIN) / 338 kW @ 5350 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||26.4gal.|
|Engine||6.8 L V12|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Type||Premium Unleaded|
|Maximum torque||720 Nm / 531 lb ft @ 3500 rpm|
|Estimated MPG||11 city / 19 hwy|
|Length||5842 mm / 230.0 in|
|Height||1990 mm / 78.3 in|
|Wheelbase||3570 mm / 65.0 in|
|Curb weight||2649 kg / 5840 lb|
|Engine / cylinders / valves||V / 12 / 48|
|Fuel tank capacity||26.4 gal.|
|Top speed||149 mph / 240 km/h|
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