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Review: 2007 Rolls-Royce Phantom

The Rolls-Royce Phantom is one of those things that breathes air so rarefied, one's imagination runs wild. It's not hard to envision a factory perched atop Mount Olympus that's staffed by gods turning solid blocks of unobtanium into these individualized rolling spectacles. Remarkably, the Phantom is actually the work of mere mortals. Some are in Germany, the rest in England at Rolls-Royce's Goodwood factory where these cars are hand-assembled with an incomprehensible attention to detail. Massive in form, decadently appointed, stratospherically priced and absolutely, positively unmistakabl... Read More

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    Spy Shots: Rolls-Royce Phantom facelift spotted

    It's been a spell since Rolls-Royce put the aging Phantom under the knife. In truth, the luxoliner hasn't seen any serious revision since it debuted in 2003, but our spy photographers have just managed to click a few photos of a vehicle that may hint at changes to come. Unfortunately for carspotters, Rolls-Royce engineers and designers appear to have ...

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    Spy Shots: Rolls Royce fixed-head coupe

    Wait a second, doesn't this spy shot look a lot like the Phantom Drophead Coupe that's already out on the market? That's what Rolls Royce would have you believe, but EVO is certain this is the Spirit of Ecstasy's upcoming hard-top two-door, previewed by the 101EX concept and recently confirmed for production. These shots follow similar ones from last month, ...

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    Spy Shots: Rolls Royce rolls out the Phantom convertible

    A convertible model of Rolls Royce's Phantom has been spotted hitting the streets of Munich. The 460-hp V12 from the original is stuffed under the hood of this shortened Phantom platform, and despite the vert's two-door appearance, the four-seater actually has rear suicide doors to allow easy entry for rear passengers. The Phantom drop-top is the ...

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