When you hear the words Rolls Royce, you can instantly imagine a legacy so great and refined it’s sure to set your heart racing. Now the very first Rolls Royce Phantom was introduced somewhere in the year 1925, but the most recent one that you've probably seen was first introduced in 2003. Ready to hear all about the 2016 Rolls Royce Phantom Serenity?
With the recent updates of the 2016 Rolls Royce Phantom Serenity that was unveiled during the 2015 Geneva Auto Show, everyone knew that this one was of a different league altogether. The design of the car is a splendid blend of both classic and modern elements. The redesigned headlights have LED daylights that add to its sleek yet exciting demeanour. The front of the car has a classy chrome grille with a chrome winged sculpture at the top and the rear bumper has been resized too.
The car also boasts of suicide doors that are used to access the back seats of the Phantom. The interior of the car is also sure to stun onlookers, the entire cabin has two tones – the smoked Cherry wood and arctic white. Did you know that Rolls Royce is known for using a rare kind of wood throughout the entire cabin? Well, this makes it all the more appealing, doesn’t it?
What’s more interesting? The clock on the dashboard of the Rolls Royce Phantom Serenity is decorated with real rubies. If that doesn’t make head turns, I don’t know what will. This beauty has a horsepower of 450 thanks to its 6.75l V12 engine. The fuel efficient car also has an eight-speed automatic transmission along with 530 lb-feet of torque.
The British company also offered various customisation options that took the look of the car to an unprecedented level. One could choose from over 40,000 different colours of alloy wheels! No wonder this car is priced around a million dollars.
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