2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom is a work of art with a gallery inside
The new Rolls Royce Phantom may catch some flack for not looking different enough but underneath and inside its riches are all new.
Here are five things you need to know.
The eighth generation Phantom rides atop a clean sheet scalable aluminum architecture.
It paves the way for future models including ones with electric power and all wheel drive.
A new active suspension system includes a forward facing camera to scan the road ahead and adjust the ride near instantaneously.
The Phantom rides on custom design silent seal tires with foam inserts to mute road noise.
Rolls said the car is so quiet its engineers first thought their test instruments were broken.
The 6-and-three-quarter-liter V-12 engine is all new, with two turbos tuned to deliver 563 brake horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque.
It may not look like it, but virtually the entire dashboard is covered in hardened glass.
A new Gallery feature allows owners to commission miniature works of art.
And have them placed inside.
You heard me, commissioned dashboard artwork.
For more information on the new Phantom, be sure to check out the THEROADSHOW.COM.
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