2010 Rolls-Royce Phantom
|Exterior Color:||Metropolitan Blue|
'What is remarkable about this car is how little it's changed since the 100EX concept shown in 2004. The brushed stainless steel hood not only serves to link the grille to the bright windscreen and beltline surrounds but emulates the complex milled aluminium hood used on the 100EX concept, which was unfeasible for production. The front face is less formal and intimidating than the Phantom through its use of LED headlamps and softer sculpting of the front bumper.
The coach doors add a real sense of grandeur to the car and also make sense for stepping into the spacious rear seats.The oiled teak rear deck is the piece-de-resistance. Up close it's actually made up of around 30 individual pieces. There's a darker teak strip butting up against the chrome around the rear seat and there are thin dark strips on the centerline of the tonneau cover. Together with the cream leather, it fits perfectly to the Marbella yacht that most owners will also possess. It's also a natural extension of the yacht building craftsmanship available around the new Goodwood factory on the south coast of the UK'