The 2011 Rolls Royce Phantom in todays day and age still carries tremendous presence driving on the road. The body a traditional but still conservative shape. This specific example is going to be used for a wedding but the owner was worries the car's condition. It was riddled with paint swirls and the chrome was full of micro scratches. The solution to this problem was to perform a Ceramic Pro Silver Package on the vehicle. We attacked the paint swirls with multiple stages of paint correction to get it back to being a mirror. This included different polishing pads to gently bring the shine back and careful examination of the paints condition. The chrome was the next task to tackle which required masterful polishing craft. Chrome is one of the hardest materials to polish since one wrong move can leave it worse than you found it. Thankfully for the owner, our team of paint correction experts were not fazed by the challenge and masterfully polished the grill, Spirit of Ecstasy, and all of the chrome on the vehicle.
Once the paint and chrome were free of imperfections we applied 2 layers of 9H Ceramic Pro Coating and a Top Coat to seal them in. The result was a Rolls Royce that looked brand new. The owner was ecstatic with the results and is excited for his daughter to be chauffeured away in this masterpiece on her wedding day.
Powered by a 453 horsepower 6.7L V12, the Phantom is no slouch however this V12 was specially tuned for maximum comfort and smoothness. Acceleration feels effortless and the whisper exhaust hardly makes a squeak until you really get on the gas.
Built on a hand-welded aluminum alloy spaceframe, the Phantom was the culmination of innovation and new technologies. Sitting on double wishbone front suspension and multi-link rear arrangement and combined with air springs and an electronic dampening system, the car feels like a cloud on the road. This example is the Extended Wheelbase model with an additional ten inches in the rear legroom. Rear hinged doors open in the signature Rolls Royce butterfly style. These doors were selected with ease of access in mind.
Interestingly, the interior is a mix of old and new, with some traditional gauges and also digital screens. Even the newest Rolls Royce models still keep this traditional style feel within their interiors. The MSRP for the Phantom depending on options was between $380,000 - $450,000 with some highly customized models exceeding those prices.
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