Rolls-Royce announces a division wall for the long-wheelbase Phantom
21 October 2005

Just a month after the long-wheelbase Phantom made its debut at the Frankfurt motor show, Rolls-Royce has announced a new addition to its options list at the Tokyo show.

Japan is home to the luxury marque's third largest dealership and is the nation whose buyers choose the most from its bespoke options. Latest addition to the range is the division wall package, which adds over ten per cent to the long-wheelbase car's $385,000 price tag.

If that sounds a lot for a sheet of glass and communication window, the divider package brings with it a drop-down central television screen, cool box, reading lights, picnic tables and document wallets, all of which can be enjoyed from the comfort of the extra rear space afforded by the 250mm longer Phantom LWB.

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