The running costs will be massive, but it’s unlikely that anyone who can shell out this kind of money for a car will really care. Discounts are unheard of, but resale values should remain very strong. Of course, the fuel gauge will be a more conspicuous indicator of your consumption, as you’ll average just 17.9mpg - and that's on a good day.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe quality & reliability
The car was styled in England, but engineered in Germany by parent company BMW, so you get the best of both worlds. The materials and aroma in the cabin are pure Rolls, but the fit and finish are on an altogether higher level than in the company's old hand-built days. Assembly standards are superb, and we’ve no reason to fear mechanical problems.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe safety & security
Rear-hinged 'coach' doors are normally outlawed. However, Rolls-Royce has overcome the problem by fitting a sophisticated electronic locking unit which prevents the doors being opened into the path of a following car. On top of that, a large range of active and passive safety features comes as standard.