Maximum attention to detail. You will not find anything like it
With regret, and say goodbye to the Phantom. A car, a model that marked the rebirth of a brand without equal as a Rolls-Royce. In its 112 years of history, the English house has had a single goal in mind; to give their all, making the car more luxurious in the world. And if it had not been shown, now it will do so with the arrival of this special edition called Rolls-Royce Phantom Zenith Collection.
The appellation Zenith should already show where are the shots with this farewell limited the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Only 50 units will see the light, distributed in equal parts between the Phantom Coupe and the Phantom Drophead Coupé. 50 art pieces that more resemble works of goldsmith that car.
littered with details of commemorative units Phantom Zenith represent the best work of the house of Goodwood is able to conceive. Each car will be hand built. Several tens of cows and trees have given their lives for the manufacture of one of the best interiors that the man can see.
The center console takes a space, where it is also engraved the serial number and the coordinates of the factory
But beyond the leather and wood that can be used, the small details are what draw attention. As the borders of the armrests that contain some of the most special places through which it has passed, and will pass the Phantom. From the factory in Goodwood to the festival Villa d’este in Italy.
Will be here, in the edition of this year where they will be exposed. There also will be struck by the incredible transformation of the trunk. That now happens to be a trunk with a small set of picnic including two glasses of champagne of high quality and everything you need to enjoy a pleasant and luxurious day outdoor.
Obviously the price of each one of these Phantom farewell is incalculable. Each customer ends up providing their own details, so that each unit will be different and special. A farewell sad, no doubt, but a further step towards a new range, which will commence with the arrival of the Rolls-Royce Cullinam, its first SUV.
The trunk is transformed to host a set of picnic luxury