The next-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom has been seen testing on the road, ahead of its confirmed start in 2018.
The high-end auto manufacturing company of the BMW Group lately shown the version's all-new aluminium structure is in its advanced development phase.
The creation headlights of the Rolls Royce main seem to be more slender than those of the present automobile and are observable through the disguised automobile envisioned here.
A full-width grille with a layout extending into the bumper can also be shown. Besides these differences, a similar layout to that of the preceding auto is proposed.
Rolls Royce recently released a fresh image of the construction of the 2018 auto.
The car were greatly disguised but a fresh front fender design featuring broader air ports that go farther out towards the auto’s sides, along with we what resembles a somewhat longer body can be seen.
At the back, the bumper seems to protrude less than that of the present Phantom, with a flush layout in the boot lid to the back fender. Additionally, there are more round taillights, but these are temporary components rather than closing production components.
No technical details are shown, but insiders anticipate the new car to feature one of two potential engines: a more powerful variant of the present Phantom’s 6.75-litre V12 unit, or a raised version of the 6.6-litre V12 unit featured in the new Dawn.
Rolls Royce says demand for the Phantom that is present is not so low that 2017 has been shoved into by orders. The car maker also says that all 50 of Drophead Coupé Zenith Collection automobiles and the closing Phantom Coupé are sold.