You simply can’t overstate the importance of the seventh-generation Phantom to Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Launched thirteen years ago, the Phantom’s stunning presence, effortless power and flawless craftsmanship announced that the Spirit of Ecstasy was back at the very pinnacle. It has remained there ever since.
Rolls-Royce is already testing the aluminium architecture for the eighth generation Phantom, and has announced that the current Phantom Coupé and Drophead Coupé models will not be replaced. To celebrate the end of production, the company has announced the Phantom Zenith Collection, a special edition of fifty Phantom Coupes and Phantom Drophead Coupés.
Both models will be offered to customers in a palate of memorable colour combinations from Rolls-Royce’s history. Other features include a unique tailgate hosting area; laser etched armrests depicting the two models’ original launch locations; bespoke instrument dials and a special treatment of the iconic Spirit of Ecstasy figurine. Each customer will also receive a unique memento of his or her purchase, a fitting accompaniment to a landmark model in Rolls-Royce history.