The New 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom

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the New Rolls Royce Phantom

Originally launched in 1925 the 8th edition of the Rolls-Royce Phantom has just been released to the public. The new Rolls-Royce is powered by a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 rated to 563 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque paired with a ZF eight-speed transmission. Th latest edition to the Rolls Royce Phantom family integrates new technology such as night vision, active cruise control, a four-camera 360-degree parking assistant, a new infotainments system, new parking cameras and long-range sensors to name a few. The 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom is going to be for sale for a pretty penny. The sticker price on the fully loaded 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom is $573,000. That is very expensive but when you think of all the features and luxury touches you receive it doesn’t sound like such a bad price. Afterall driving the most luxurious car in the world is going to come at a cost.


The Rolls Royce Phantom has always been synonymous with having a grand presence. The first thing you’ll notice in the eighth generation phantom is the new LED headlights that are deeper and are much more modern looking. The new Phantom has nicer proportions and a smoother more streamlined body. The windows are smaller giving it more of an updated look. The grille is larger and integrates nicely into the bodywork. The new Phantom VIII also has a new set of rear lights that bring this already beautiful car to the next level. You can always try Rolls-Royce Phantom rentals if you would like to see one for yourself.


One of the latest features is “The Embrace.”  Rolls-Royce: “As the patron settles into the car, an assistant or valet steps forward and lightly touches the sensor on the door handle so it whispers closed of its own accord, enveloping the occupant in ‘The Embrace.’” The most luxurious car in the world also happens to have the quietest interior in the world. In order to achieve the quietest interior ever the new Phantom was fitted with over 300 pounds of sound dampening material, cast aluminum joints and even has a special liquid foam layer in the tires to quite them. Rolls-Royce also replaced the analog gauges for an all-new digital dash. In the near future, we will be adding this to the list of Rolls-Royce rentals. The best way to explain being inside a ride in the 2018 phantom is graceful and beautifully balanced.

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