This is the end of an era: Rolling
Royce built the last seven.
A Phantom of the Goodwood factory in England.
The final Phantom seven marks 13-
Annual production operation.
Milestone car is a long term
Commissioned by the famous wheelbase modelyet-Anonymous volume
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Customers are fascinated by the design and images of the 1930 s, so the inlays on dashboards and door panels represent the majestic ships of this era that take passengers around the world. The sea-
The style of inspiration continues the toneon-
Color embroidery imitating wave motion.
The seats and door panels are wrapped in pastel blue leather.
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The architectural Phantom proves Rolls-Royce's attention to the smallest details.
The clock embedded in the dashboard and partition wall looks similar to the radio clock in the ocean liner, as described on the dashboard.
The driver can select one of the 24 built-in
In the time zone, just rotate the border of the clock.
Apparently, the roll was built to travel around the world.
The body is painted with a discreet tone called Blue Velvet.
The double white pin stripes and ocean liner signs on both fenders add a contrasting touch, and the Last Phantom exudes effortless elegance with a set of white wall tires. The marine-
Inspired modifications do not extend to the engine compartment.
The last Phantom was equipped with a powerful 6 th. 75-
Generate a V12 engine with 453 hp at 5,350 rpm and 531 lbs.
Torque at 3,500 rpm. An eight-
The speed automatic transmission helps to send the magnificent sedan from zero to 60 mph in less than 6 seconds. While Rolls-
Royce has begun dismantling the Phantom VII production line and the nameplate will return to the eighth generation. A brand-
A new model built on aluminum
The intensive platform called pure luxury architecture is scheduled to debut before the end of the year.