The iconic Rolls Royce Phantom costs more than building a home from scratch. Driving an extra luxury car is not at everyone’s reach, but does it costs so much? It’s not about the quantity of space that you have inside the car, it’s all about the quality.
Having a Rolls Royce implies having an imposing physical presence, the car is one of the heaviest ever build, it weighs three tons and have 22-inch wheels. Rolls Royce is so iconic that the upright chrome “Parthenon” is one of the aspects that everyone can recognize from distance, it’s the brand’s signature, it looks like one security gate on a dystopian doomsday shelter, you also have the distinctive “Spirit of Ecstasy” hood ornament, angelic wings swept back and giant gleaming center wheel caps so their iconic Double-R insignias are always properly upright.
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Despite the twin-turbocharged V-12 engine, the Phantom is nearly inaudible. Rolls Royce cared so much about the noise that the car may do that the cosseting is furthered by the car’s layers of sound-deadening insulation, even the tires have foam inside to reduce road noise as well as a camera that responds in advance to upcoming road imperfections in order to adapt the car to absorb them.
But the real assets of the Phantom are not behind the wheel, they are in the back. Here, an extra nine inches of length provide an amount of legroom that you can’t encounter in a modern vehicle. Even if the rear right passenger moves the right front seat all the way back, they can barely reach you.
Rolls Royce it’s not only the quantity of space, it’s all about the quality of the space. Phantom as wonderful leathers, woods, wools, cashmeres, silks, and metals abound. You are provided with a tray table for you laptop or iPad, a power opening cool box between the seats to cool you drink, this are just two examples of many we can give you about this wonderful car.