Rolls-Royce just unveiled the Rolls-Royce of picnic baskets

You have to buy one of the last Phantoms to get it.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Zenith takes assembly line with it

Rolls-Royce is sending off the final examples of the Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe with actual pieces of the assembly line on which they're crafted in Goodwood.
Rolls-Royce commemorates end of Phantom with Zenith models

Rolls-Royce will end production of all versions of the Phantom this year. The sedan will eventually return on the company's upcoming aluminum platform, but the Coupe or Drophead won't.

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PSA: Leaving your Rolls-Royce Drophead open in the rain could be a $100k mistake

Convertibles have long been the chariot of choice for the devil-may-care crowd, and for good reason. Peeling the roof off of a vehicle has all sorts of negative ramifications, from safety concerns to handling woes and increased chances of skin cancer for those inside. Then there's the ever-present threat of foul weather. But who cares? You only live once and they're making more cars every day, right?

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