Review of Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe
Rolls-Royce has forever been equated to the heights of automobile luxury and there is a valid reason for this. For decades, the automaker has set a parameter for the highest standards of luxury car making that others in the niche strive to emulate. The company started with a collaboration of Charles Stewart Rolls with Fredrick Henry Royce and the British automobile company Rolls-Royce Ltd. was established in 1906. The company rolled out the Silver Ghost that very year and it was an instantaneous parameter for epitome of luxury with the amazing power quotient of six-cylinders. The company has changed hands through a variety of owners since its establishment and currently the Rolls-Royce brand is flying high with their superlative ranges of Phantoms, entry –level Ghost series and the wraith series of cars.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe was launched in the Geneva Motor Show in 2008. Currently the series is in its second-generation models production. The series II for Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe was introduced in 2013. The upgraded models had better exteriors and much improved interior features. The newer versions are more fuel-efficient and come at a steeper price range than the older versions. Rolls-Royce has created its Bespoke division, which can manufacture unique and limited edition versions for just about any of the models under the manufacturer’s banner. The Phantom Coupe was also iterated in the Bespoke version of the Al-Adiyat version, which loosely translates to the sound of the hooves of a powerful horse striking stone. Another special edition of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe named the Nighthawk edition was made available exclusively to the North American clientele of the company. The design for the Nighthawk version has been derived from the stealth technology used for development of modern aerospace products.
Review of Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe
The Rolls-Royce brand brought in the wraith series of cars to be unveiled in the Geneva Motor Show in 2013. It is touted to be the fastest of all cars ever produced under the R-R banner. The Rolls-Royce Wraith series was developed with a unique set of target audiences in mind –young billionaires who want to drive a high-class car but prefer a sportier style. The Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe was always to be launched in 2015. The company disclosed its intent of developing the drophead or convertible version of the wraith series of cars back in 2013. Since the wraith series was particularly developed to appeal to a younger taste, the design elements were carefully chosen with special priority to this intent. The exterior of the car kept the sleek lines f the Ghost series; however, the design adds more dynamic elements for a contemporary twist. The long hood droops smoothly back and down to merge with the rear trunk of the car. The interior is a harmony of leather and wood crafted in finest of quality. The power train behind the car’s performance is a 6.6 liter, V-12 engine that is standard for the Rolls –Royce cars. However, in the wraith series it is amped to provide 624 hp and 590 lb-ft of high torque potential.
Review of Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Sedan
The Ghost II series from Rolls-Royce was launched in the 2014 Geneva Auto Show. The Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Sedan has a completely different look with reshaped headlights (LED) a vast improvement from the earlier version of the same series. The emblem, which defines the spirit of ecstasy on the hood of every Rolls-Royce, now has a “wake channel” design, which gives it seemingly dynamic look. The addition of new chrome on the air intake system gives the new Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II Sedan a more effective brake cool-off.