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A new generation- a rundown of Phantom Second Series

Rolls Royce offers new generation top cars, which have been considerately reorganized with cutting edge technology, development to an existing superior drive train and constantly improving the connectivity that replicates in the changing world.

2013 Rolls Royce Phantom has much more to offer such as a modern front end that sum up the quintessence of changes that is hidden with stylish bumpers, and rectangular light apertures that enclose a full LED light group. There are many functions that incorporate superior technology like the curve light function where headlamp beams are revealed in the traveling direction providing better lighting system on the road while cornering. Light patterns change automatically with adaptive headlamps depending on the driving speeds.

Phantom’s new 8.8-inch control center display, navigation maps, audiovisual content, and eight bookmarks that are programmable for maximum convenience while using key functions, top, front, and rearview camera systems offer easy driving in thick urban environments. During reverse parking rear path automatically flashes on the screen for safe parking. These special functions and improvised changes have built the reputation of the car since it was first launched in 2003.

2013 Rolls Royce Phantom is a super luxury sedan with five-passenger seating, and an extended wheelbase( EWB), it is powered by a 6.7 liter V12 that turns out 453 horsepower and 531-pound feet of torque exceeding 8-speed automatic transmission. All Phantoms are rear-wheel drive the brand claims exceeds from idle to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds.

Phantom’s fuel economy is 11 mpg city/19 mpg on the highway and 14 mpg in both ways rated by EPA. This reflects improvement according to 2012 highway mileage which was 1 mile per gallon.

Pricing: $398,970 to $ 470,295

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