The driver sits at Land Rover Discovery level so they get a great view of the road ahead, but rear visibility is limited by that swooping roofline, a pillar box slot of a rear window and tiny rear view mirrors. More welcome is a simplified version of BMW’s iDrive system - a single twist knob that controls all the major heating, entertainment and information functions. However, the electric seat controls are awkwardly located in the centre armrest.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe space & practicality
The coupe has ‘coach' doors, which open towards the rear to make it easier to get in and out. Perhaps most impressively, you can make a nonchalant departure by pressing a dash-mounted button and reclining as the doors close automatically. Space inside is generous, although not as vast in the rear as you might expect. There’s a split tailgate, too, which allows you to park up and use the lower section as a seat.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe equipment
It’s pointless listing what Rolls supplies in the Phantom, as it would take all day. In any case, it’s unlikely that any two cars will leave the factory with the same specification. Basically, Rolls will sell you anything you want – so long as you are prepared to pay for it.