Golden Rolls Royce Phantom Limousine

The finest life coaches often advise their pupils that we should compete against no one but ourselves, trying solely to be a better version of ourselves than we were yesterday. Similarly, at over $450,000, the Rolls-Royce Phantom seems to compete only with the previous Phantom. This is a very unique car that functions as a luxury sedan and a status symbol in equal measure. It pampers its passengers like no other vehicle, glides over the road with silky smoothness, appears as luxurious as it is, and now incorporates the newest driver-assist and entertainment systems. The driving experience has been improved over the previous Phantom; this current model is 10% quieter than its already silent predecessor (due to 330 pounds of sound insulation), while allowing a little more driver participation. Although it is not nearly as enjoyable to operate as the Bentley Flying Spur, the Phantom's feeling of occasion goes much deeper. It's tough to rationalize a car at this price point, but where words and reasoning fall short, the Phantom speaks for itself (or is that whispers?) by giving an unmatched level of tranquillity.

In July 1938, Rolls Royce was forced to produce a statement in the automotive press denying that the Phantom III manufacture would be halted. The following was published in the British journal The Motor on 19 July 1938: "The business wishes to refute the allegation that the Phantom III would be abandoned and replaced by an 8-cylinder or other engine."

They increased the wheelbase of the original Phantom from 148.5 to 189.8 inches, making the car 23.1 feet long. Additionally, they fitted B7 ballistic protection to the VIP section, complete with partition walls to keep passengers safe in the event of an explosion. Additionally, an iMac-based entertainment center, a Bang & Olufsen premium sound system, ambient lighting, and iPhone control are included on the inside. It is driven by a twin-turbocharged 6.75L V12 engine that continues to produce 563 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque.

At first glance, this seems to be a very exotic limousine made by expanding a Rolls Royce Phantom, another luxury vehicle.

You may wonder whether the price includes more than five â0â at the end.

However, pause for a moment and consider the details.

Yes, you are correct; it is a forgery.

Is a sheep disguised as a wolf, the sheep being a Lincoln Town Car fitted with an RR Phantom body kit.

(that is wolf fur)

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