The Rolls-Royce Phantom is one of the most established names in the auto industry. For almost 100 years, the Phantom has been an expression for extravagance and world-class manufacturing.

The company launched its seventh-era Phantom in 2003. Over a per, the Phantom VII served Rolls-Royce with unique excellence as its lead display while likewise turning into an impetus for the brand’s current revival. With yearly deals topping 4,000 autos, the previous couple of years have been good times for the exclusive extravagance automaker.

Now there is a latest all-new Phantom.On Thursday, Rolls-Royce divulged the Phantom VIII.

“The Phantom is the pinnacle of the Rolls-Royce brand in its truest sense,” CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös told Business Insider in an interview. “It embodies all of the qualities Rolls-Royce is well known for. It starts with the magic carpet ride, the quality, the precision design, and engineering.”

“It embodies what Sir Henry Royce said, ‘Take the best that exists and make it even better,’ and that is exactly what the Phantom is in every single detail,” Müller-Ötvös added.

Rolls-Royce is likely to start its customer deliveries of the all-new Phantom VIII in mid-2018. The luxurious flagship car is under a starting price tag of $450,000.

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The all-new Phantom VIII is built on the company’s all-aluminum platform, called the Architecture of Luxury.

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The Phantom is powered by a 563-horsepower, 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine paired with an eight-speed, satellite-aided, ZF automatic transmission.

The high-end model, Phantom VIII is a 5,900-pound car, which can run to 62 mph in just 5.3 seconds and reach an electronically limited 155 mph. 

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The Phantom VIII has been designed very carefully, keeping a balance between modernizing its style and maintaining its signature Phantom look. 

The Phantom sedan also comes in an extended wheelbase model with an extra 8 inches of room.

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Many elements are inspired by its futuristic 100EX car concept.

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Not at all like most cars, Rolls-Royce customers will probably invest their energy in the backseat of the car. Accordingly, Rolls has made an environment intended to convey exceptional extravagance and segregation from the outside world. In others words, it’s what the organization calls the “magic carpet ride.”

Unlike most cars, Rolls-Royce customers are more likely to spend their time in the back of the car. As a result, Rolls has created an environment designed to deliver unparalleled luxury and isolation from the outside world. In others words, it's what the company calls the "magic carpet ride."

The flagship model has soft leather, gorgeous wood surface, and glistening metal accents. 

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If you are searching for some change, the Phantom is accessible with a back seat entertainment system, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a beverages cupboard.

... a drinks cupboard.

The driver will have an access to all panoramic camera framework, night vision, versatile journey control, crash cautioning, cross-activity cautioning, passerby cautioning, path takeoff and path change cautioning, and additionally a superior quality head-up display.Image result for phantom VIIIThe most notable difference in the interior of the Phantom, however, is the addition of The Gallery, a reflection of the art installation that runs the width of the front dash, and you can have it any way you want.

The most significant change to the interior of the Phantom, however, is the addition of The Gallery, a fully bespoke art fixture that runs the width of the front dash.

And you can have The Gallery any ...



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