New Rolls Royce Phantom Series II Unveiled
Rolls Royce have impressed everyone at the Geneva Motor Show this year by premiering their new Rolls Royce Phantom Series II. They’ve presented face-lifted models of all versions of the Phantom, including the Saloon, Drophead Coupe and Coupe body styles.
Encompassing a small series of new features, the Phantom Series II bravely distinguishes itself from its predecessor models. Their looks have suffered small changes due to the redesigned bumpers and a brand new set of LED headlights, with electronically-controlled reflectors which direct the beam of lights towards the way of motion.
In the interior an 8.8-inch control center has been added to the dashboard, assisting the driver with guided tours, enhanced points of interest and tri-dimensional maps with landscape topography. Furthermore, for safe parking, it displays video capture from the top, front and rear cameras.
Under the bonnet we will find the 6.75-liter V12 engine with 10% improved fuel consumption and lowered emissions from 388 g/km to 347 g/km, connected to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. For more information seek out the show on the internet, in case you can’t pay it a visit. Anyhow, the Phantom Series II still pack the exquisiteness which Rolls Royce has long been enticing us with.