• Segment Luxury
  • BodyType Sedan
  • Transmission AT
  • Capacity 6.7 L
  • Horsepower 459 PS
  • Seats 5
  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Fuel Consumption
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Rolls Royce Phantom – Overview

    The Rolls Royce Phantom, a brand known for its iconic presence of luxury in the automobile industry. Rolls Royce is a mark of luxury brand that it is looking forward to regaining the quality standards that made Rolls-Royce famous. 

    The eighth-generation Rolls Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase (EWB) version, touted as “The Best Car in the World”. The Rolls Royce Phantom features the latest evolution of Rolls-Royce styling, with echoes of the recent Vision Next 100 concept. Visually more modern than the car it replaces and is as cossetting inside as it is impressive outside that compete with its rival Maybach S650.

  • Exterior

    Rolls Royce Phantom – Exterior

    The Rolls Royce Phantom features a bespoke Architecture of Luxury,22-inch wheels with specially-designed tyres and plenty of hand-polished stainless steel (including the largest Pantheon grille ever fitted on a Rolls-Royce), this 6.0-metre long limo is a worthy flagship for the BMW-owned ultra-luxury brand. 

    The front end is dominated as ever by the stainless-steel Pantheon grille, but it’s less upright and flows into the bonnet for a cleaner and more streamlined look. The trapezoidal headlights feature a ring of daytime driving lighting and laser-powered lamps that provide a range of over 600 metres.

    Along the sides, the Rolls Royce Phantom retains its signature 2:1 proportion, with a long bonnet, short front and long rear overhangs, an upright front and a flowing rear. The front fender line now fades aft of the door handles to add a sense of dynamism, with the rear end supported by a single line that runs into the bonnet instead.

    The C-shaped window line finisher is the single largest piece of hand-polished stainless steel on a car, while another strip of stainless steel along the flanks marks the EWB model out from the “standard” variant. The tapered rear end is finished off with jewel-like taillights, a large stainless-steel finisher and a stainless-steel rear windscreen frame. Super formed aluminium surfaces ensure fewer shut lines.


     Dimensions
     Length  5,762 mm
     Width  2,018 mm
     Height  1,646 mm
     Wheelbase  3,552 mm



     

  • Interior

    Rolls Royce Phantom – Interior

    The Rolls Royce Phantom piled on over 130 kg of sound insulation for unrivalled silence, including a foam layer in the tyres to reduce tyre noise by nine decibels. There’s also six-millimetre double glazing all around, high-absorption materials and the largest ever aluminium joints in the body-in-white to achieve a 10% overall reduction in noise over the previous model, which wasn’t exactly a rattling tin shed to begin with.

    There are coach doors with a rear self-closing function to beckon inside, but now the fronts can be closed automatically as well, with the push of a button. Rolls-Royce has made a blank space behind a single pane of toughened glass, on which customers can display bespoke works of art. Other features include a head-up display and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
    The front seats have also been redesigned with wraparound rear wooden panelling reminiscent of the iconic Eames Lounge Chair, hiding a pair of picnic tables and rear Theatre Monitors. The fibre optic-illuminated Starlight Headliner is the largest ever fitted to a Rolls-Royce.

    The rear seats are angled towards each other to ease conversation with four layouts – the standard lounge seating, individual seats with either a retractable or fixed centre console and a new sleeping seat. The fixed console has been redesigned, incorporating a drinks cabinet with whisky glasses and decanter, champagne flutes and cool box. The boot space of 460-litres in the car is enough for carrying enough baggage during long rides.

  • Features

    Rolls Royce Phantom - Features

    The Rolls Royce Phantom alertness Assistant, 360-degree Panoramic View, Night Vision, Vision Assist, Active Cruise Control, collision warning, pedestrian warning, cross-traffic warning, lane departure and lane change warning. 

    The Rolls Royce Phantom 12.3-inch digital instrument display made to look like analogue dials, an analogue clock and a central infotainment screen that can be stowed away when not in use, enabling those in front to admire the artwork. 13-speaker music system along with two bass speakers. The Rotary Controller is installed in the car that gives the overall control of the car on fingertips. Satellite Aided Transmission (SAT) system, which adjusts the shift map using navigation data.  

  • Powertrain

    Rolls Royce Phantom - Powertrain

    The Rolls Royce Phantom is powered by 6.75 litre twin-turbo V12 that pushed out 563 hp at 5,000 rpm and a towering 900 Nm of torque from just 1,700 rpm. The Rolls Royce Phantom is fitted with ZF eight-speed automatic transmission. 

    The Rolls Royce Phantom double wishbone front and five-link rear suspension, with the latest-generation self-levelling air suspension that reacts to body and wheel information, steering inputs and camera information; there’s also a Flagbearer system that uses a stereo camera to adjust the suspension proactively at speeds of up to 100 km/h. Rear-wheel steering has also been introduced to aid agility and manoeuvrability. The Rolls Royce Phantom power is transmitted to rear wheels.

  • Fuel Consumption

    Rolls Royce Phantom - Fuel Consumption

    The Rolls Royce Phantom fuel consumption is rated at 14.1 L/100 km.

  • Driving Performance

    Rolls Royce Phantom - Driving Performance

    The Rolls Royce Phantom powerful engine helps the driver in reaching 100 km/h mark in 6.1 seconds and a top speed of 240 km/h.

  • Ride Comfort

    Rolls Royce Phantom - Ride Comfort

    The Rolls Royce Phantom exceptional ride comfort, exhilarating handling and a phenomenal drive that must be experienced in person to be truly appreciated. The combination of these benefits results in a truly exceptional and unique vehicle: a highly refined, luxury with the handling of a high-performance sports car and the body control of a sporting saloon capability.

  • Conclusion

    The Rolls Royce Phantom fuses a commanding new design with empowering performance and a suite of innovative technologies to create a luxury that excels in any environment – accompanied by a powerful and dynamic driving experience. The Rolls Royce Phantom exceptional handling and outstanding ride comfort lets you experience every environment in world-class refinement and a car that represents the future of sustainable luxury mobility.

Rolls Royce Phantom 2022 has total 8 color options in Malaysia: Astrea, Equinox, Halcyon, Minoan, Oberon, Orion, Twilight, Vulcan.

Astrea

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  • Is Rolls Royce Phantom available in Seat Features(Front-Driver)?

    No, Rolls Royce Phantom isn't available in Seat Features(Front-Driver).

  • Is Rolls Royce Phantom available in Engine Start?

    No, Rolls Royce Phantom isn't available in Engine Start.

  • Is Rolls Royce Phantom available in Bluetooth?

    No, Rolls Royce Phantom isn't available in Bluetooth.

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