Rolls-Royce Motor Cars on Tuesday launched new model Phantom in North India.
An all-new, 6.75 litre twin-turbo charged V12 engine delivers an effortless 563hp and 900Nm of torque from just 1,700 rpm, spiriting New Phantom from 0-100km/h in a mere 5.3 seconds with the help of its seamless 8 speed, Satellite-Aided transmission.
In addition, New Phantom is equipped with the ‘Flagbearer’ – a stereo camera system integrated into the windscreen that sees the road ahead and adjusts the suspension proactively. Its headlights are equipped with the latest laser light technology, providing a 600-metre range of light at night to ensure safe travel.
Yadur Kapur, Managing Director for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars New Delhi said, “Phantom is the ultimate mark of success in India, the pinnacle of not just the automotive arena but of the luxury world. There is nothing else like this on the market in India. As always, authentic luxury is rare and bespoke. Phantom combines world-class technology and handcrafted quality. A next-generation four-corner air suspension system, state-of-the-art chassis control systems, 130kg of sound insulation, double-laminated glass and dual-skin alloys across the bulkhead ensure New Phantom is the pinnacle of comfort and quietness.
Added Paul Harris, Asia Pacific Regional Director, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, “New Phantom paves yet another milestone for the brand in India, destination for many of Rolls-Royce’s most bespoke cars. Our customers still recognise today that they are buying the best in luxury. India remains a highly important strategic market for the company, as the population of highly successful Indians continues to grow at a greater rate than other countries and the appetite for authentic, bespoke luxury increases.”
Cutting-edge innovations include a new exclusive ‘Architecture of Luxury’, an all-aluminium space frame designed to underpin every future Rolls-Royce; great enhancements in technology, drive train, suspension and driver assistance systems to produce a peerless ‘magic carpet ride’; and a new, world-first ‘Gallery’ that allows owners to personalise a moving art piece.