Rolls-Royce has today unleashed their latest model – the Phantom VIII and their first update in about 14 years.
Displayed to the public in London yesterday, the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom is their second modern version of the flagship state car that Rolls first introduced in 1925. Their first modern version was introduced back in 2003 and the latest version is a testament as to why the brand is one of the most luxurious cars out there.
According to Rolls-Royce designer Alex Innes, the new Phantom has been crafted with its dedicated customers in mind, utilising the outset with bespoke variants.
“With the new Phantom VIII we have a bigger canvas with more freedom and flexibility than we’ve ever had with any other Rolls-Royce vehicle,” he said.
The new model is said to have limitless level of customisations, with the widescreen believed to be moveable, as is the length of the platform.
Phantom VIII has a ZF 8-speed gearbox that is aided by satellite technology to make impeccable shifts for the road ahead at any speed. It also has complex camera system that automatically adjusts the suspension for the road ahead.