9 October 2017

The name Rolls-Royce defines luxury, and the Rolls-Royce Phantom is the pinnacle of Rolls' own range.

This £360,000 luxury saloon is the king of wafting. There's more than 130kg of soundproofing, the interior is lined with hectares of leather, carpets thick enough to tickle your ankles, and whatever kinds of trim you can dream up.

Opinion: Why the new Rolls-Royce Phantom matters

Power comes from a 6.75-litre, twin-turbocharged V12 whose power is entirely secondary to the huge reserves of torque, developed so low down in the rev range that you hardly need to put any effort in to get imperious cruising potential.

Join us as tests the new Rolls-Royce Phantom and decides whether it's still the most luxurious car on the planet.

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Hana 9 November 2017


The video is good,every frame of this video likes a picture.Showing more details of phantom is better.

jer 10 October 2017

First car that

Is almost inaudible the GoPro Cam mic. Would it be quieter on higher profile tyres like the last one? I found a fault though ....  why a plastic shroud for the steering column ?  It looks better in the video than photos a bit of rake to the design and a more modern face. To me it looks worth it somehow despite the decadence and all the super rich negativity its worth the money for a piece of engineering. Get married in one....

LP in Brighton 10 October 2017

Maybe it is the best car in the world

But it still ties up 1/3 of a million pounds, is affected by bad weather, traffic and speed limits and consumes precious resources  - plus it requires someone to drive and maintain it. So it may be the best car, but it may not be the best way of travelling.