Rolls-Royce has just confirmed that 2016 will be the last year in which the range of the Rolls-Royce Phantom is in production. The largest model of the british brand disappears in its variants saloon, coupe and convertible. Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe will cease production in November and will be models that have no replacement in the next generation of the model. For despedirles as they deserve it, the brand will launch the special edition Zenith limited to 50 units.
The versions sedan battle short and long also will no longer occur this year, after 13 years of relentless success. Rolls-Royce still has not communicated the specific date. The replacement of the Rolls-Royce Phantom will not come before 2018. The premiere of the new sedan of luxury will be accompanied by new technology, such as a chassis completely made of aluminum which will be a feature of any Rolls-Royce. In this way get to save weight, improve the performance and efficiency of the brand can still boast to be one of the most valued of the world.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Waterspeed Collection
The Rolls-Royce Phantom in their bodies and short of battle extended also released with a special edition that promises to be the ultimate expression of luxury, although the details will be given later. By the time the Coupé and Drophead Coupé say goodbye with a special edition of Zenith which, as its name indicates, will be the zenith, the top of what a Rolls-Royce you can get to be.
This special edition Zenith will have details never seen until the moment in the range Phantom, as a figure of the spirit of ecstasy with an exclusive finish, dials specific to the dashboard and a few armrest laser-etched in that will, the places in which they were presented the respective Drophead Coupé and Coupé in the form of a prototype (100EX and 101 EX). Rolls-Royce will also provide the 50 lucky ones who are done with the special edition Zenith with a memorable souvenir that money can’t buy (sic).
Source – Rolls-Royce
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