Rolls Royce 2013 aka Phantom II Series
Having not been touched since 2003, manufacturers of luxury cars, Rolls-Royce finally make significant changes to its flagship car, Rolls-Royce Phantom. Various improvements were made. Given the name Rolls-Royce Phantom II Series, a brand made by Sir Henry Royce Phantom Series II showed at the Geneva Motor Show 2012. And in this second series, Rolls-Royce to update the design, technology and significant additions to the drive-train system, ease of use, and connectivity.
Rolls Royce Phantom 2013 Coupe Exterior
“These cars have a timeless allure, but the technology is growing rapidly and we may not say anything,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO Rolls-Royce. For design, Rolls-Royce said that every curve of the design is built with the inspiration of classical music. “We have to equate the Phantom design with a popular classical music. Over time it can be reinterpreted in different ways without losing its essential melody that we know so well. “Ian Cameron – Director of Design Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
That’s according to Ian can be seen from a long view of the rear bumper and a height of two-to-one between wheel and body. While other cues on the bulls-eye air vents and the organ-stop plungers increasingly signifies greatness of the past works. Phantom Series II front view and a modern new look with a new bumper design.
Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe comes with a new grill that makes him look more contemporary. While the Phantom Saloon featuring a new rear bumper that incorporates the highlights of polished steel.
Phantom Extended Wheelbase Saloon and put on the front wings with the RR emblem repetition indicator, while three new wheel options, which is painted, partly polished, and polished entirely, giving additional options to the series 21-inch wheels are standard fit into the largest of any production car.
Phantom 2013 Coupe Side View
While in it, present a satellite navigation system has been updated include 3D map view and landscape topography, satellite imagery, guided tours, points of important locations, as well as route planning functions combined.
The kitchen was filled with cars racing by direct-injection V12 engine is sophisticated, paired with an 8-speed auto gearbox make this car such as the ‘magic carpet’ by Rolls-Royce.
Fuel consumption is 10 percent better on the combined cycle CO2 emissions that come down from 385 to 347g/km (388 to 349 for the Phantom Extended Wheelbase).
However, although more efficient, the power generated is still large. Torque of 720 Nm can be achieved only ri 1000 rpm with acceleration from rest to 100 km / h in just 5.7 seconds to reach the top speed electronically limited at 240 km / h (250 km / h for the Phantom Coupe), in places allowed.