Rolls Royce Phantom – ExteriorThe 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.
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