The Phantom has earned adoration the world over as simply the best car money can buy.
The styling on the 2018 Phantom is imposing, to say the least.
The front has a new monolithic appearance that immediately sets it apart from its predecessor without throwing away its lineage.
The grille sits higher on the car than ever before, lifting the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament up higher still.
The Phantom's profile is a more minimal, reductionist affair that gives it a more understated feel than the front.
Helping keep things both hushed and rushed is an all-new, 6.75-liter V12, now augmented by two turbos and tuned to deliver 563 brake horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque.
With an all-new suspension system and four-wheel steering, this new chassis should be nimbler than before, too.
The interior now features a full glass panel that stretches the width of the cabin encasing the infotainment system and what Rolls-Royce is evocatively calling "The Gallery."
Bespoke artwork can be commissioned from artists to fit behind the hardened glass to add a level of interior decoration not previously seen on a Roller.
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