The Rolls Royce Phantom VI is a sophisticated blend of class, style and speed. The laud heaped on this bastion of excellence has rendered all superlatives cliché and reserves of praise depleted. Nevertheless, upon further enquiry into consumer opinion, there appears to be a perennial dichotomy that stigmatises objects of this nature; i.e. have Rolls Royce gone for style over substance. The Rolls Royce Phantom is an exclusive category of prestige vehicle of its own, so a conservative approach to safety and a concerted effort on comfort would be assumed, right?
Well, let’s answer the question posited. Although its comprehensive array of front-impact, side-impact and over-head airbags would be considered more than adequate, in the event some miscreant driver tries to damage your work of art; the knee airbags will also protect the lower extremities from serious injury. To avert this state of affairs in the first place, the innate stability control automatically senses when the vehicles handling limits have been exceeded and reduces engine power and/or applies select brakes to help prevent the driver from losing control of the vehicle. If someone or something comes to close for comfort or you understandably fail to realise you are driving faster than you are aware, the car process’s state of the art anti-lock brakes. The built in parking aids will ensure you do not scuff this entity of automotive ingenuity. Finally, the Rolls Royce Phantom is a treasure, and like all treasure, it needs protecting. The Phantom is equipped with a means of detecting unwanted vehicle intrusion. The Phantom is equipped with an ignition disable device. If the original manufacturer key is not used, the engine will be prevented from starting. If there is still trepidation over handling this three-ton behemoth of precious metal, Mayfair Executive Hire employ their own fully trained chauffeurs to cart you around, with safety commensurate with its elegance and phenomenal speed.
To hire your very own Rolls Royce Phantom VI,contact Mayfair Executive Hire to bask in this quintessential automotive experience. The Rolls Royce Phantom Is a popular choice for arriving in style and elegance at weddings, proms, corporate and social events and it provides a highly luxurious experience so that you can also travel in comfort and tranquilness. The Rolls Royce phantom offers 0- 60 mph in 5.7 seconds, bi-xenon adaptive headlights and engine size 6.7 V12, With these specifications you can’t go wrong.
Rolls Royce Phantom vi – British Aristocrat
The British company Rolls-Royce presented its own version of aristocratic car at the latest Geneva autoshow. This time – for those who prefer not using a hired driver’s services. Phantom model version with coupe body complemented the company’s line.
During those 10 years, BMW Group owns Rolls-Royce, this is already third novelty in the British company’s lineup. Firstly they had Phantom sedan, accepted by wide audience somehow ambiguously, but still providing stable growing sales for the company.
Then they presented cabriolet Drophead, built on the base on same Phantom, in Qatar, right in front of the local oil sheikhs that represent a significant part of Rolls-Royce’s targeted audience. Phantom Coupe finished the procession of loud preems quite logically.
Rolls-Royce representatives call the the novelty as unique model, however, it is not quite truth. For example, the car is built on insignificantly reworked Phantom sedan’s platform. The novelty completely derived design from generic 101EX coupe. At bottom, Phantom Coupe is nothing but a serial version of the mentioned concept.
The new British coupe’s construction is based on the volumetric aluminum frame that is produced manually and passes computer control. Limit of error while assembly work is 0.1 mm.
Under Phantom Coupe’s bonnet you can find BMW’s V12 motor with 6.75 l cubic capacity and 453 h.p. Torsion torque, reached by engine, is 750 Nm while 3 500 r/min, and it gives 75% top thrust while 1 000 r/min already.
A new coupe’s salon holds 4 adult passengers. However, back passengers are provided with easier and faster access to second row’s seats due to the fact that long massive car’s doors are opened against run. Thus, Rolls-Royce company managed to keep its own conservative traditions and solved the problem of configuration.
Phantom Coupe’s interior also have both traditions and modern technologies. Front panel’s design makes you remembering the phrase “facia panel” slightly forgotten now – it really resembles cars of the 30-40ies of the last century. Finishing work is made exceptionally with expensive and exclusive materials, and in “standard” the novelty is equipped with the luxury Lexicon LOGIC7 420 W audio system.
A new Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe’s batch manufacturing will be started this summer already, however, orders are accepted already now.
Rolls-Royce Phantom VI
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is manufactured by the Rolls Royce Motor Cars company based in England, part of the BMW automobile group. The car is assembled in Chichester and Goodwood manufacturing plants within the United Kingdom, with the car launched in two thousand and three, with production continuing to this day (in two thousand and nine).
The luxury car saloon has a body composed of mostly aluminium, with the design being modern, sleek, yet retaining the classic RR features. The high end market car finishes it production in the Goodwood assembly plant, with the car receiving bespoke paint, leather and woodwork to the clients personalised preferences. The car is sprayed the correct colour by a machine, and then later polished by hand. The final leather, wood and body work is all performed expertly by hand. Customers who purchase the Phantom have a choice of over forty thousand paint colours for the car body, and can chose any colour of leather for the interior.
The rear doors of the Phantom are what are commonly referred to as “suicide doors”, i.e. the doors are rear hinged so the doors open in the opposite direction than most car door. Named coach style doors by RR, the doors are closed from within via a button within the pillars, due to the seating position within the rear of the car. The Phantom is equipped with some safety features due to the doors, with the car set to a slow maximum speed if the doors remain open whilst the car is moving. The doors are also automatically locked whilst the car is in motion.
The price of the car when it was introduced was a quart of a million British pounds, or three hundred thousand US dollars. From its launch in two thousand and three, to the year two thousand and eight, there were close to five thousand units sold, with sales picking up to the latter years. In 2007 RR introduced the Drophead Coupe variation of the Phantom.
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