Rolls Royce will unveil at the Geneva Motor Show the Coupe version of the luxury sedan Phantom. The Phantom Coupe version comes two years after the unveiling of the 101EX Concept unveiled in 2006. Production of the new Coupe will begin at Goodwood in the summer.
The Phantom Coupe is powered by a 6.75-litre V12 that produces 453 bhp, 720 Nm of torque and has segment-leading fuel economy. A 25 per cent increase in fuel capacity, compared to the Drophead Coupé, adds significant driving range. Agile, fast, long-legged and virtually silent, the Phantom Coupé allows both driver and passengers to emerge unruffled, even after an all-day run.
At the core of the Phantom Coupé is an advanced aluminium chassis, perhaps the single most significant component in delivering the marque’s legendary refinement. Lightweight and exceptionally strong, it impacts positively on ride comfort, handling and safety. Hand made, it requires over 130 meters of welding to create each body.
Press release after the jump.