Rolls Royce Phantom Sedan
” Strive for perfection in everything. Take the best that exists and make it better. If it doesn’t exist, create it. Accept nothing that is nearly right or good enough.” – Henry Royce
The Rolls-Royce Phantom, called by fans the 2003. This was the first Rolls-Royce developed under the wing of BMW. In 1998, Rolls-Royce was sold to the Volkswagen Group along with Bentley. However, the rights to the Rolls-Royce name were owned by Rolls Royce Aerospace. This company sold the name to BMW.
The 2003 has about 15% of its parts in common with the BWM range. A perfect combination if you ask us; engine BMW, the beautiful style and class of a Brit. BMW developed its own dealer network specifically for the launch of the Phantom. They wanted to avoid the same mistake that was made with Mercedes; the Maybach was seen as the ultimate Mercedes.
The 2003 Phantom has a 6,750cc engine, which is a nod to earlier Rolls-Royce models. This time it was a BMW engine with 12 cylinders that brought 453 petite horses. In 2005, the first facelift was introduced. Thus, our model has a longer wheelbase (250 mm) and received some options such as the power reserve indicator. The Phantom does not have a tachometer, but it shows how much power is still available. Umbrellas were placed in the rear doors and the signature Spirit of Ecstasy figure automatically disappeared into the grille when the car was closed.
The Phantom is a statement of luxury and comfort. After electrically closing the curtains in the rear (side windows and rear window), you can enjoy the sunroof above you at your leisure. Driving it yourself is also a pleasure. The overwhelming torque and ultimate flexibility make for a fantastic driving experience.
And now for your rational considerations; this Phantom has been driven approximately 10,000 miles a year and has always been serviced at the dealer or specialist. She is in excellent shape and by our specialist Veerman, completely healthy. Having driven more than the average pampered Rolls, she is already at her residual value. Just like a beautiful woman; you know she has been driven before, but do you really care? She’s ready for many more smiles per liter. Liter-miles we won’t tell you, it doesn’t really matter. Right? See you soon!
” If something doesn’t work right the first time, remember that it takes 6 months to build a Rolls-Royce. 13 hours to build a Toyota. ” – Rolls RoyceI'm interested in this object