RollsRoyce Phantom

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After BMW Group by a coup on 28th July became future custodian of the motor car marque, they Project Rolls-Royce by investing For several years complete of employees commuted between headquarters in Munich, Germany, and the of England. There a spot Goodwood, West Sussex, had acquired for a new factory to be erected.

3rd 2003 marked the end of the Starting when the result of four of intense development was launched: the all new Phantom.

The model’s designation contain any risk as ever the introduction of the New Phantom (later I) in 1925 there had existed a model series. The designation was too, because as regards there wasn’t too much of a gap the new one and the big Rolls-Royce Phantom from a era. The wheelbase of 3,570 mm in) was only marginally less those 3,683 mm (145 in) of the Phantom VI. production of which had discontinued during the early

Height of 1,632 mm (64.25 in) and of 1,990 mm (78.35 in) were on a par with those of the legendary that measured 1,750 mm in) and 2,006 mm (78,98 in) respectively.

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However any comparison between the as the Phantoms from the past due to their very conservative — had been called often and the new one showed this to be years ahead. The four-door was made as an aluminium space structure; less heavy and more rigid than a body of equal size. rear doors combined access for rear seat with the advantage that could be taken with no frame protruding into the when the door was open.

in mind the clientele that was as prospective customers the coachwork had designed media-friendly.

A new light V12-engine of 6.749 cc capacity was into the engine bay. to four valves per cylinder the produced 460 hp (338 KW). It was though — because no was installed — to rev up to more 5,300 rpm to gain peak Such a level hadn’t acceptance with Rolls-Royce and might be one reason for the special system, which employed a to shut a valve at low rpm thus down the exhaust note to an hustle. A six-speed automatic transferred power to the rear

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Air springs on all four wheels a cosseting ride. Automatic control was part of the system, There remained the question whether or not the massive 2Ѕ ton motor car its overall length of some six (ca.

230 in) did fit exactly to be described as a perfect

The engineers though had succeeded well to make any long-standing owner feel right at once on board the new Phantom. No as regards choice of material finest leather trim, wool carpets and carefully wood. The bull’s eye air-conditioning were exact copies of was to be found on previous models and could be stated of the shape of knobs in the fascia, too. The was available as a 5-seater. Lounge being equipped with a bench offering space for occupants.

Optional Theatre version be selected with two individual seats divided by a centre — thus making the car a 4-seater.

In 1904 Frederick Royce (from 1930 Sir F. Royce, Bart.) and Charles Rolls, son of Lord Llangattock, had the Rolls-Royce marque. During the year of its history the Rolls-Royce showed, which pace BMW intended to set for the future. In 2004 a series of 35 Rolls-Royce Phantom was built to celebrate the 100th of the marque.

These were highlighted by a of Ecstasy in Silver with a Goodwood hallmark, each one about 300g (much than the normal variety) and in a box to each customer in addition to a stainless steel mascot to the ancient ‘lost wax procedure’.

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