The Rolls-Royce Phantom Serie II it is the updating of the model with changes directly influenced by the wishes of the customers. Rolls-Royce describes the flagship sedan as the best car in the world, and now it’s getting even better with small but noticeable updates.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II, different under the magnifying glass
Starting with the exterior, the changes are difficult for the untrained eye to spot. This was actually the goal of the designers of Rolls-Royce they wanted to preserve the “timeless” look of the Phantom. The biggest update is the illuminated Pantheon Grille, similar to the Ghost, which received a new polished horizontal line.
The rest of the bodywork Rolls-Royce Phantom Serie II remains unchanged, although two new wheel designs are offered. Arguably the most interesting new feature are the Disc wheels with a 1920s-inspired design. These come in a polished stainless steel or black lacquer finish. There is also a triangular faceted milled stainless steel design, offered with a fully or partially polished finish.
the inner luxury
When it comes to the interior, almost nothing has changed. Not a complaint, as the Phantom’s cabin is nicer than most houses. The steering wheel gets a thicker rim, there are a few new color and trim options, and that’s about it. But the Phantom Series II gets a new Rolls-Royce Connected service that allows owners to view the location and condition of the car, schedule a service appointment or send a navigation route to the vehicle from the Whispers smartphone app.
On the other hand, don’t expect mechanical upgrades for the Rolls-Royce Phantom Serie II. The flagship of the British firm is still equipped with the same 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 producing 563 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. speaking of which, a fully electric Phantom is expectedbut it will definitely come after the Spectre, which itself will debut in 2024.
The Phantom Series II will go on sale later this year, and while pricing hasn’t been announced yet, it should stay close to the current model’s almost $500,000 asking price. Alongside the “standard” production Phantom Series IIs, Rolls-Royce also introduced its latest bespoke creation: the Platinum Phantom, which has interior materials derived from bamboo.