operator side, it could take a V12 engine of 6.6 liters of around 500 horses already fitted to the Rolls-Royce Dawn. Even if not, for now, a rumor. The only certainty for the adoption of the new platform aluminum which should allow the English to reduce its mass, the current generation of over 2 tons on the scale.
Expect a presentation end 2017, for a marketing early 2018, from 430,000 euros. If Coupe and Drophead versions are not renewed by, will follow the first SUV Rolls-Royce, currently named “Cullinan”.
Recall that the latter develops 460 horsepower. There is also talk of a declination boosted 6.6 liter V12 engine of 632 horses up under the hood of the coupe Dawn.
Waiting to see get a new Phantom, Rolls-Royce announced that the current model still enjoys strong demand and that 50 copies of Zenith Collection have already all been sold.