The Coupe, the fourth new model from Rolls-Royce under BMW Group ownership, is the most driver-orientated model in the Phantom family line-up. This
two-door, four-seater model has a 6.75 litre V12, producing 460 bhp and 720 Nm of torque making it the definitive choice for all-day, long distance
driving. A spacious picnic boot with split tail compartment gives easy access to 395 litres of space. The lower part of the tailgate provides a comfortable
seating platform for two adults when lowered.
The Coupe is an elegant two-door, four-seat coupe that builds on the extraordinary driving experience offered in the Phantom and Drophead Coupe. It will
use an all aluminium construction similar to the rest of the Phantom family. However, it will be a unique car in the Phantom family that is designed around
the desire to create the world’s foremost transcontinental tourer. It is placed between these two models from the British marquee and even the Coupe is
hand-built at the company’s manufacturing plant in Goodwood, England.
The unique architecture of the car is further augmented by the rear-hinged coach doors, allowing the easiest possible access to the rear lounge seat. To
ensure a perfect balance of refinement and driver involvement, Rolls-Royce developed a new gearbox programme, stiffer rear dampers and modified spring
The Phantom Coupe’s cabin can be ordered with an optional, full-length starlight headlining, incorporating 1600 tiny fibre optics to create the ambience of
a star-filled night sky. The new model is also available with a brushed steel bonnet and A-pillar surround previously seen on its experimental predecessor,
This will be the first time that Rolls-Royce has exhibited the complete Phantom Series at an Asian motor show. Bespoke versions of the Phantom Extended
Wheel Base and the Phantom Drophead Coupe are also available.