Rolls Royce Phantom Limousine Black Colour

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The Phantom, introduced in 2003, admirably continues the long legacy of majesty, stature, and brilliance. Itâ€TMs more of a limousine than a luxury saloon, and itâ€TMs used by everyone from genuine royalty to celebrity and corporate royalty, and itâ€TMs easy to understand why. The Phantom, which is available in four-door saloon and two-door cabriolet body styles, is in a class of its own, and the huge V12 engine ensures that it is as much pleasure to drive as it is to be driven in! It is unquestionably at the height of automobile design and is capable of bringing grown men to tears. Each surface, panel, angle, and curve has been meticulously crafted by miracle workers, and the effect is stunning. Everything is mind-boggling, from the world-famous front grille with retractable âSpirit of Ecstasyâ to the sloping rear and even the wheel caps that maintain their place while driving.

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Rolls-Royce Phantom V, 1963 James Young Touring Limousine 5LVA55 â â â â â â â â â â â â â â â â Elvis Presley's ex-King of Rock 'n' Roll vehicle. Factory-manufactured in the United States of America, left-hand drive example. Elegant coachwork by James Young. A Rolls-Royce at the pinnacle of luxury fit for a king. A significant epoch in the history of popular culture.

The Phantom is unlike any other vehicle on the market, not just for its almost limitless modification choices, but also for its sumptuous amenities. Lambswool floor mats, hand-crafted wood veneers, first-class leather upholstery, a "Gallery" (dashboard) in a variety of designs (or a custom design), a fiber-optic Starlight headliner with an optional shooting star effect, power-closing doors, and a limousine-like Privacy Suite cabin are all available. However, this is just a sampling of what the lavish Phantom has to offer. There are a few cars on the market today that come close to matching the Phantom's capabilities. The Bentley Flying Spur is another huge, powerful, and opulent sedan that can be customized to an incredible degree and is incredibly rare. The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class car is another very sumptuous opponent. However, if money is not an issue, the Phantom should be your sole concern.

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