2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom Leak And Release Info
The new 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom arrives next year promising driving comfort and interior luxury of unprecedented quality and a greatly improved driving experience. Unveiled in London, the Phantom eighth generation is the second to be built under the BMW property and has been completely redesigned and restructured from scratch. It has been in development for six years and is the first in a series of brand new Rolls-Royce architecture built on custom aluminum space.
Exterior and Interior
As always with the main event of Rolls-Royce, it is inside. Aft of the 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom retains the Art Deco style output style and minimalist picnic tables and the television screens are hidden and appear at the touch of a button. There is also a new center console which includes a beverage cabinet with glasses and decanters of whiskey, champagne flutes and icebox.
First, however, it is there that the real changes. 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom calls “The Gallery” instead of a control card is missing a traditional large wooden slab in the top of the board and is instead a large window panel. Before the TFT driver is a 12.3-inch display showing speed, power reserve, fuel and temperature levels and satellite information-navigation and data driver assistance. The car’s info-entertainment system appears and disappears at the touch of a button. Behind the glass owners, you can choose from a selection of Rolls-Royce models or order their own works of art and clock design also integrated. It is paired with a new eight-speed automatic satellite-assisted transmission. Rolls-Royce also added a series of security technologies, including an alert wizard, a four-camera system with panoramic view, active cruise control, warn pedestrians alert and cross traffic.
Under the hood is a new version of 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom V12 of 6.75 liters, which has more than two turbochargers for the new car. The piston cooling system, crankshaft and engine management software are also new in a Koehn engine described as a “pure thrust”. The V12 produces 563bhp at 5000rpm, but its 664lb foot torque figure is larger, with a full torque available from 1800rpm. Koehn said pushing the torque under “maximum” was a brief key to the new engine part. The engine could still produce more torque, but Koehn said that “would not be appropriate”.
Release and Price
2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom launched in any new scalable platform as underlying also all future models of the brand.