Know what you’re up to. Ever we have been told that composing a Rolls-Royce can take up to two years before fortunate to blow it up. This is partly because many do not buy a “Roller”, the Phantom, for itself, but as a transfer for guests, clients and other invitees. In short, the Rolls must be perfect. Until the smallest details, and rarely a reflection of both the person and his business empire.
The style of this Rolls cabriolet will remain solid as we are used to by Rolls-Royce. The designer makes for a slightly finer muzzle with this novelist. The side doors, which open in opposite directions, were of course retained.
Although he has active cruise control and driving license correction, Rolls-Royce does not mention advanced autonomous features. James does not have to fear for his job yet. He can handle the new 6.75 liter V12. It now also receives two turbocharger, which increases the capacity to 563 hp. At 1,700 rpm he already releases 900 Nm torque. An eight-stroke machine is the default choice. The Phantom gets a new digital dashboard, but retains the opposite opening backdoors.