2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe is a British handmade luxury car manufactured by Rolls-Royce cars debuted at the Geneva International Auto Show 2008 in Geneva, Switzerland, on March 6, 2008. The 2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom is based on the Rolls 2003 Royce Phantom and styling heavily derived from the Rolls-Royce 100EX, unveiled a concept car for CENTENNIAL the company’s interest in 2004. Interior includes leather and wood veneer four. There is a button to close the “coach doors”. The Phantom Coupe same 6.75L V12 found in the other Phantom models, developing 338 kW of power and 720 N·m (531 lb·ft) of torque.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom 2017 features reverse-opening power-closing doors, custom suspension with automatic four-corner leveling, 21-inch alloy wheels, a 15-speaker 420-watt audio system with navigation and a handcrafted interior with flawless leather upholstery and a choice of wood veneer. The “picnic” trunk offers a seating platform for two and provides easy access to the luggage compartment. Optional equipment includes front and rear parking cameras and a wide range of paint colors and interior trim materials choices. A unique option is a full-length “Starlight” headliner, which incorporates hundreds of small fiberglass to give the impression of a star-filled night sky.
2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Interior
The Rolls Royce Phantom interior is a modern avant-garde reinterpretation of the traditional English gentlemen’s clubroom with stylistic influences ranging from minimalist Art Deco. Perhaps the car’s main exhibition is the yacht-inspired wood veneer that wraps around to coach the 8th/9th top of the cabin trainer from door to door and the termination of a manufactured convertible tonneau cover, hand-finished in nautical- grade teak wood paneling sandwiched between an inner band of contrasting hardwood and the bare stainless steel motif of upper body out of the car. Likewise with the 100EX and 101EX, the dashboard and the steering wheel is straight out of the Phantom.
A triangular A-pillars and quartz glass, and the spring-loaded pop-up roll hoops behind the rear seats provide additional strength and protection for the convertible body. Like other current Rolls-Royce models, the hood ornament, the Spirit of Ecstasy, is gone with options to go automatically into the hood when the car is locked or if the driver so chooses; the option selected in the glove box as the Phantom saloon. The Rolls-Royce Phantom used iDrive system parent company BMW.
2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Exterior
The 2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom, exterior remains true to the marine-nautical theme of the 100EX. The 2-door 4-seater convertible features rearward opening coach doors and a two-tone color scheme that the demarcation between the upper and lower body and frames the teak wood paneling of the convertible’s tonneau cover. Unlike the 2004 concept car, however, the manufacturing unit eschews the EX’s aluminum bonnet in favor of more easily maintained stainless steel. It combines aluminum technology and handmade materials. All in all, the car still Rolls-Royce’s current design theme, premiered at the Phantom, combining features of luxury 1930 Art Deco cold 21st century “techno-modern”.
The Rolls-Royce, 2017 Phantom front fascia takes his cues from the 100EX but with the important difference of the middle body / raised hood/grille collection termination halfway down the face, rather than continuing down and have the front bumper. The headlights are straight up out of the 100EX / 101EX concept and are similar to the Phantom’s. The floodwaters square high beams are light-emitting diode (LED) units, while the round “faux-foglamp” driving lights projector-style xenon arc lamps. The exterior is available in more than 44,000 color combinations.
2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Engine
The Phantom Coupe is powered by a 6.75 L V12, producing 459 PS (338 kW; 453 hp), 531 pound-feet of torque with almost 400 lb-ft, or 75 percent, available at just 1,000 rpm -and the segment-leading fuel consumption thanks to modern technology like direct injection and variable valve and camshaft control.
2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Performance
The 2017 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe is able to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-97 km / h) in 5.8 seconds and a limited top speed of 155 km (249 km / h), with a fuel consumption in the combined cycle (ECE + EUDC) of 16 L / 100 km (18 mpg Imp; 15 mpg-US), while producing 377g / km CO2. The Phantom Coupe mostly positive reviews received from critics. The British television show Top Gear rated car 10/09 for performance, 10/10 for quality, 10/09 for design, but criticized the high cost.