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Performance en Vogue
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is one of the most exclusive automobiles in the world and that also is true for its latest generation.
SPOFEC refines the English luxury sedan with great love of detail . In addition gives it a touch more sporty character with custom components of the highest quality.
In concert with custom tailor 24-inch alloys.
Which develop in cooperation with American hi-tech manufacturer Fossen, with a tailor-made carbon bodywork components make the Phantom even more exciting.
Wheels also offer further enhanced driving dynamics.
The powerful SPOFEC engine tuning to 504 kW / 685 hp and a peak torque of 1,010 Nm delivers a significant gain in dynamics as well.
therefore German company SPOFEC is a business division of NOVITEC Group and dedicates itself exclusively to the current Rolls-Royce vehicles from Goodwood.
Is the world’s most recognize symbol of automotive extravagance and status. Also its huge waterfall grille and classic upright proportions convey a simple and singular message: wealth goes here.
The 2022 Phantom also stands out in the ultimate luxury car class for its price, which is hundreds of thousands higher than those of rivals such as the Bentley Flying Spur or the Mercedes Maybach S-class.
We can attest to the fact that slipping behind the Phantom’s wheel—better still, into its back seat through its rear-hinge coach doors—will make you feel like a member of the one tenth of one percent.
Phantom’s credit, there’s probably not a more comfortable luxury car on the planet. It wafts down the road, floating serenely over pavement imperfections while pampering its passengers with an array of sumptuous interior materials.
Meanwhile, its big V-12 engine hums away nearly silently under the Phantom’s long hood, providing effortless power.
There’s seemingly no end to customize opportunities to an offer by the factory, either. The only thing missing from the options list is a chauffeur.
One does not simply choose a Phantom—or any Rolls-Royce for that matter—off dealer lot.
These cars are built to the exacting requirements of the millionaires and billionaires who purchase them—and these carriages of the rich are often customize down to the last detail. We won’t even begin to suggest which special-order options are worth adding because, well, how would we know?
We would, however, suggest springing for the Extended Wheelbase model to take advantage of its limousine-like rear-seat legroom.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
Prodigious power is provided by a silken 563-hp twin-turbo V-12 paired with an eight-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive.
Acceleration is brisk, but Rolls-Royce’s claimed 5.1-second zero-to-60-mph time isn’t anything you’d appreciate your chauffeur trying to replicate.
The Phantom is better suited to easing along lazily;
delicate inputs to throttle and steering are what it likes best. To say that the ride is smooth and an understatement—imagine being carried aloft on a fluffy cloud.
The Phantom practically levitates over the road; it features a pothole-spotting camera that helps the suspension adapt to road imperfections in real time.
It’s a library-quiet, sensory-deprivation cocoon.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
A Phantom owner’s conspicuous consumption match’s the car’s penchant for consuming fuel.
The EPA’s fuel-economy estimates run as low as 12-mpg city, although the Phantom’s 20-mpg highway rating actually bests the smaller Rolls-Royce Ghost’s by 2 mpg.
If we ever are lucky enough to have a chance to put the Phantom through our 200-mile highway fuel-economy test.
We’ll update this story with test results. For more information about the Phantom’s fuel economy.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Acres of wood, metal accents, and vast expanses of supple leather cover the cabin, which is no surprise for a car of this class.
But there’s so much more: for instance, should you want to use your Phantom to support the arts, you can specify custom artwork in place of the standard instrument panel trim.
Offers both a standard- and long-wheelbase version of the Phantom, the latter stretched by 8.6 inches, much of which results as additional rear-seat legroom.
Rear-hinged coach doors open to allow graceful and dramatic arrivals and departures. Rear-seat passengers can be treated to myriad luxuries such as deep-pile carpeted floor mats.
Power-adjustable seats with massage, a refrigerated console compartment for libations, remote controls for the infotainment system, and much, much more.
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