The night before the Geneva, the British super-luxury brand launched the latest version of the Phantom Drophead Coupe includes, Phantom Coupe, 4-door sedan.
The most recognizable change is the new LED headlights, headlights with round bottom rather thin LED strip. Lower part of the three-red-shocked after the well was completed in regulating exterior.
- Car News -Within the interior, satellite navigation system updating 3D maps, terrain, landscape, travel guides and highlights are also concerned, all the display screen is 8.8 inches wide. The front of the camera system before Rolls-Royce is also improved.
Transmission system witnessed a significant turning point, a level 8 with automatic transmission, the new differential. The company said these changes will help V12 10% saving fuel and reducing CO2 emissions from 388g per kilometer to 347 g.
Since its launch, this is considered the first important change of the Phantom. In 2003, Rolls Royce Phantom sedan unveiled, followed by the convertible model in 2007, and the coupe in 2008.