News: Rolls-Royce announces Phantom Series II

News: Rolls-Royce announces Phantom Series II

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The Phantom’s profile retains the signature Rolls-Royce short front and long rear overhangs, long wheelbase and wide C-pillar, the latter promising more privacy for passengers. The silhouette maintains the main line that runs from the Spirit of Ecstasy to the tapered back. The split-belt line starts at the front fender and curves slowly towards the rear doors, emphasizing the dash-to-axle length proportions, before descending slowly to the lantern-like taillights. The heavily undercut waft lines create strong shadows, visually signifying the brand’s unrivaled ‘Magic Carpet Ride’.

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3D machined stainless steel wheels with triangular facets are available in a fully or partially polished finish. Alternatively, the Phantom can be decorated with original disc wheels, reminiscent of the 1920s Rolls-Royce romance. These disc wheels are manufactured in polished stainless steel and black lacquer.

In response to Phantom customers who previously requested a dark chrome grille surround, black hood controls, windshield surround and side frames, this is now available. This aesthetic now allows Rolls-Royce to transform the Phantom into either the brightest of the lightest or the darkest of the dark.

The Phantom’s interior has hardly changed: the steering wheel has been made a little thicker.

In Phantom, ‘Rolls-Royce Connected’ debuts. This allows owners to send addresses directly to cars from Whispers, Rolls-Royce’s private members app, which provides navigation to Rolls-Royce events, restaurants, dealerships or bases. ‘Rolls-Royce Connected’ also shows the car’s location, safety status and current ‘health status’ on Whispers; with the push of a button, the owner can contact the dealer of choice for service or information about the car.

Phantom Platino continues Rolls-Royce’s exploration of fabric interiors, a story that began in 2015 with the launch of Serenity, a custom Phantom with a hand-painted and hand-embroidered silk interior. The Phantom Platino marks the next step in this journey, introducing materials other than leather, an area of ​​research for Rolls-Royce and a step that represents a greater acceptance of alternative interior trim. Echoing the brand’s early days, the Phantom Platino front seats are finished in smooth Rolls-Royce leather, while the rear seats are upholstered. The tone-to-tone of the Platino interior is achieved by combining two different fabrics; one is made in Italy and chosen for its durable yet luxurious look, the other is made from bamboo fiber, chosen for its glossy finish.

Both materials share an original repeating pattern based on an abstract interpretation of Spirit of Ecstasy. In silk textiles, the designs are smaller and woven into the fabric to create a visually stronger finish. It also appears in the Phantom Gallery, right in the passenger’s field of vision, and on key touch points like the armrest and center console. The bamboo fabric is embroidered with larger icons, giving it a look often found in interior design. These tougher materials are housed in the lower interior elements, where they must withstand the most contact.

The same design also appears on the Phantom dashboard. The frame is made of 3D printed ceramic, completely contemporary with traditional materials. The tonal features of the interior, set in an icy woodset, take the Phantom to an astonishing and unparalleled level of luxury.

The largest canvas in Phantom is the Starlight Headliner. In a unique design tailor-made for the Rolls-Royce Platino, the ‘star’ is positioned to draw attention backwards, with a whimsical shooting star following the flow of a flowing pattern.