Rolls-Royce introduced the new Phantom Series II model at the Geneva Motor Show with upgraded styling and specifications.
Visual changes apply across the range, including including Phantom Saloon, Phantom Drophead Coupé and Phantom Coupé, as well as the long wheelbase model.
The visual refreshments include new front-end, with re-styled bumpers and rectangular light apertures, full LED headlamps as standard, and that’s pretty much it. It’s not really a major facelift, is it.
The Phantom Series II also comes with a modern user interface with re-designed multi-media controller, and a new satellite navigation system has been fully updated with functions that include 3D maps with landscape topography, guided tours and enhanced points of interest, as well as composite route planning. The system features a large 8.8 inch display.
The Series II is still propelled along with the same old V12, connected to a new 8-speed transmission and a revised differential, but fuel consumption is improved by 10 per cent on the combined cycle and CO2 emissions is reduced from 388 to 347 g/km.