Phantom Series II Finds New Expression with Phantom Platino
The new Phantom Series II, which finds new expression with Phantom Platino, has just been unveiled by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Goodwood England.
The new car which has been delivered to its new owner comes with new adaptations as the eighth-generation Phantom. The adaptations include ‘light-touch’ visual and aesthetic enhancements in line with client requests and feedback. It also comes with new ‘Rolls-Royce Connected’ feature that seamlessly links Phantom with the marque’s private members’ applications, Whispers.
It features the new Bespoke masterpiece, Phantom Platino, named after the silver-white finish of the coveted and precious metal, platinum. Phantom Platino is a continuation of Rolls-Royce’s exploration into fabric interiors, which started in 2015 with the launch of Serenity, a Bespoke Phantom with a hand-painted, hand-embroidered silk interior.
Rolls-Royce takes this journey further with Phantom Platino introducing materials other than leather, an area of Rolls-Royce is exploring in a bid to give its clients different bespoke interior upholsteries options.
“Phantom occupies an unrivalled position at the very apex of the luxury world explains, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, chief executive officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “As our pinnacle product, it represents the very best of Rolls-Royce design, engineering and craftsmanship – a perfect blend of vision, creativity, the finest materials, skill, patience and precision. With Phantom Series II, we have retained and carefully protected everything our clients love about this superlative and luxurious item; subtle, yet meaningful enhancements reflect their evolving tastes and requirements.
“Phantom has always been viewed as the ‘best car in the world’: our Bespoke capabilities mean that, for our clients, it can be the best car for their world, too.”