For Refined, immensely comfortable and very fast, the Rolls-Royce Phantom is also far more agile than it looks. Fine materials, all put together beautifully.
Against Wind noise at motorway speed is disappointing. Rear-hinged rear doors and styling are controversial, while it's disappointing that you can't adjust the rear seats. Lacks some safety equipment.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is every bit the car that a flagship Rolls should be. It’s sensational to drive and to be in, and is built to the most exacting of standards. A real event.
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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.
The car is 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, which makes it incredibly fast for a car of this size; you get from 0 to 62mph in a quite incredible six seconds. You’ll enjoy the experience whether you’re sitting in the front or the back, and that’s just what you should get from a Rolls Royce.
I test drove a Phantom while i had a Maybach 57s on order it is really quiet and whether your doing 30mph or 100mph it feels no different it has big…
I've driven the Bentley Flying Spur, and it's good in a big executive German way, but it's got no presence at all. However, the Roller has. I drove a…
Fabulous. But this car is better to be a passenger than a driver. The car is large, and when your driving it, it feels larger than it actually is. The…
The Phantom is a fabulously accomplished super-luxury saloon. You might be tempted by the long-wheelbase version, but this gives you all the Phantom you really need.