In 2007, sold 20 percent more cars than the year before. Since took over one of the most traditional British brands in 1998, only Emily (the nickname of the Flying Lady that adorns the cars' grilles) remains. Today, Rolls-Royce resides in Goodwood, U.K., manufacturing its Phantom models. After this summer, this Phantom Coupe will be added to the model mix.
Based on the Drophead Coupe soft-top, and sharing most of its dimensions, the closed version comes with upgraded suspension and will therefore be the sportiest Rolls in the range. The engine and corresponding power remain the same, but its 453 bhp and 531 lb.-ft. of torque from the 6.75-liter V-12 should be more than adequate. Incidentally, the fuel capacity has been increased by 25 percent over the convertible version. The lower tailgate can be positioned to create a seating platform for two adults, called the "picnic boot."
Priced at €360,000 (the U.S. price has yet to be given), the is for the lucky few.