Rolls-Royce Phantom 2023 launched with many new options

 The ultra-luxury sedan adds a number of options, from the rim style to the grille.

The Phantom 2023 does not change much on the exterior, because the goal of the Rolls-Royce designers was to maintain the "timeless" appearance of the super luxury sedan. The Pantheon grille is illuminated – similar to the Ghost series – with a glossy new horizontal stripe. The headlights are upgraded to all-LED with a laser-cut star shape, creating the feeling of thousands of stars placed inside the light cluster.

The bodywork is unchanged, but the highlight is two new wheel options. Solid, simple and classic design rims inspired by the 1920s, in shiny stainless steel or gloss black. In addition, the company offers beveled stainless steel wheels, which are finished with either full or partial polishing.

The British automaker also offers options including a dark chrome grille, black bonnet trim, windshield trim and dark chrome details on request. The company admits that many customers choose to drive themselves instead of having their own driver, so it made the Phantom's steering wheel thicker for better grip and control.

The new "Rolls-Royce Connected" feature allows owners to send destinations from their smartphones to the navigation system through the Whispers app developed by the company. The company said the software will be updated, which will be able to display the vehicle's location and status on the owner's phone screen.

To celebrate the launch of the Phantom series II, Rolls-Royce presents a bespoke version of the Phantom Platino, with unlimited personalization options for the flagship model. There is a combination of leather for the front seats and fabric for the rear seats, as well as a combination of two different fabrics – one made in a factory in Italy and the other made in Italy. from bamboo fiber. Textured patterns on fabric also appear on the dashboard and instrument cluster areas, with 3D printed ceramic work in the dashboard. Customers can also choose the brand's traditional Starlight Headliner star ceiling.

Phantom 2023 still uses a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, with a capacity of 563 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque.

Rolls-Royce has not announced the price for the new Phantom model, but it is expected to be higher than the "predecessor". However, the majority of Rolls-Royce customers choose to personalize to suit their preferences and needs, so the final price will depend on the limitless choices of customers.

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