For The Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe is a refined, immensely comfortable and very fast coupe, featuring a hand-finished interior that’s built to the highest standards from the finest-quality materials.

Against Rear visibility is extremely limited due to that swooping roofline, a pillar-box slot of a rear window and tiny rear-view mirrors.

Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe
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The Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe is the ultimate status symbol.

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Coupe 6.8 V12 2dr £313,200
What Car? says:4 stars out of 5

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Hand built at a facility in Goodwood, England, the Rolls-Royce Phantom is BMW’s take on what the quintessential British luxury car should be. It’s vast and imposing in any of its four bodystyles – saloon, extended-wheelbase saloon, coupe and drop-head cabriolet.

All are beautifully built from the finest materials available, while Rolls-Royce quirks like coach (rear-hinged) doors, a power-reserve dial in place of a rev-counter and self-levelling badges in the wheels underline the attention to detail.

Shifting all that metal, wood and leather is a 6.8-litre V12 engine with 453bhp; gone are the days when Rolls-Royce used to merely describe its power as ‘adequate’.

Even so, it is, as the Phantom in any form is able to get to 62mph in a quite incredible six seconds. It drives well, too, the Phantom enjoyable behind the wheel as well as in the back.

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