Rolls Royce Phantom going to retirement

Generation of Rolls Royce Phantom models which are currently on the market, is ready for retirement...

This luxury British automaker has decided to present to us the last 50 Coupe and Drophead models as part of a special collection called Zenith. These models are already sold out, and will be perfectly tailored according to the needs and taste of the owner, with unique elements such as new glass shelves placed in the trunk, a large refrigerator for champagne and flawless version of the famous picnic baskets.

Armrests in these models will be engraved, and on them will be printed locations of debut of each model - Villa D'Este will decorate Drophead versions, while Lake Geneva will adorn Coupe. Also, there is a special drawer in the control panel, which holds a numbered plaque in a box of polished aluminum.

What adds a touch of tradition to this collection is a small metal plaque that is embedded in the automobile, which comes from the Phantom manufacturing plant, with the exact coordinates of the origin of the metal.

The speedometer is placed in brushed steel, while the color of the leather on the back door compartments is slightly darker compared to the previously offered. The color scheme is inspired by previous models and offer the Madeira red, Jubilee Silver and Midnight blue with accents Arctic white, and we are sure that it will impress all lovers of these models.

Given that the production of this series is at the end, Rolls Royce already tested the eighth generation of this model, which will have a completely new aluminum structure. Otherwise, Rolls Royce brand did not want to reveal details about the price of models from this collection, but we can assume that the price has a large number of zeros.

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