Rolls-Royce stopped production of Phantom limousine seventh generation. The last instance of the model commissioned by a private collector, gathered at the plant in the British Goodwood, reports Motor.
The final car of the seventh generation devoted to the sea theme. This is indicated, for example, a wooden mosaic with the picture of the ship in the cabin, made in the technique of marquetry, and watches that have special notches that allows you to see the time in 24 time zones.
The last Phantom is also equipped with a sheep wool carpets in the cabin and tires with white sidewalls.
Limousine Rolls-Royce Phantom seventh generation was introduced in 2003 regardless of version limousine comes with a 6.75-liter V12 petrol engine, the output of which is 460 HP and 720 Nm of torque. In 2012 Rolls-Royce Phantom seventh generation has passed restyling.
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Phantom will debut a new generation in 2018, the model will form a new aluminum platform that will also be used to create the first SUV of the British brand.