2018 Rolls Royce Phantom Spyshot Camouflage Review

The British automaker Rolls-Royce has been working for some time on the new generation of Phantom it call 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom. Earlier in June, we shared the first clear spy pictures of the car, and recently the new ghost was once again caught on the camera while undergoing testing. Launched for launch in 2018, the next Rolls-Royce Phantom will be the eight-generation model and the first Rolls-Royce to be built on the new aluminum frame architecture entirely.

The design of the new 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom is obviously scalable. It seems that the designers have taken the current car and made its surfaces a little more muscular, especially in the back. Modern touches such as LED headlights (they could also be laser lights) and front air bumper curtains add a little freshness to the overall design.

2018 Rolls Royce Phantom Spyshot Body Review

The new 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom generator has slightly increased in dimensions and a slightly longer wheelbase. While in the latest espionage plans, we can only see the rear part of the car, the previous images reveal that the face has also been updated. The brand grid continues to be the centerpiece at the front with new headlights and a new front bumper as well. Heavy camouflage masks most of the changes made to the car, but it is still clear that the new ghost retains the silhouette of the current version. That said, the exterior gets softer lines, similar to the new Wraith and Dawn models remaining in line with the current trend. The back has also been updated but here we can only see the new taillamps.

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The new architecture should be much lighter than the previous one, also a spatial aluminum structure. Less weight should help the dynamics of the new Phantom, since the outgoing model weighs a tank-like 5,600 pounds.

From the interior shots, we can see that most of the elements are test units borrowed from the BMW Group parts compartment. However, the round vents and the lower center console linked leather are new elements.

Rolls-Royce has confirmed that there will be no new versions of the Phantom Coupe and the Phantom Drophead Coupé. The move makes sense with the smaller and sexiest Wraith and Dawn models now on sale. Stay tuned for updates as development progresses.

2018 Rolls Royce Phantom Estimate Engine

The new generation of the 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom is powered by a specially tuned V12 turbocharger with a displacement of 6.6 liters, which means that engine times of the previous generation are over. The supercharged twelve-cylinder engine promises even more power at lower engine speeds, but also offers a significantly higher peak output of more than 600 hp, reflecting the superiority of the phantom in consistent driving performance.

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