Rolls-Royce Phantom, the first spy holes of the restyling

There is also room for improvement for one of the most exclusive cars in the world, judging by the spy pictures showing the Rolls-Royce Phantom in version restyling.

One prototype of the luxury sedan of the Goodwood manufacturer was spotted on German roads near the factories BMW, engaged in testing in view of the arrival of the mid-career facelift, scheduled for the end of the year.

Updates in the front

The test model, with two-tone bodywork that combines the teal and white tones, has camouflages in the front area that hide the traditional emblem Spirit of Ecstasy and the optical groups under a camouflage film.

It seems that the British brand will make some aesthetic changes to the imposing grille, as well as a revised design of the headlights that could share the technology of those present on the Serie 7 next generation, coming in 2022.

Rolls-Royce Phantom, the spy photos of the restyling

The rear is identical to the current model, but it is possible that an update in the style of the rear suspension will be shown later in the next few months when the prototype is likely to take its final form.

Under the hood will still be the V12

As for the arrival of a battery powered version of the British sedan, the cylinder head Car Magazine in August 2020 he reported the rumor that Rolls-Royce would present a zero-emission variant this year, to be produced in a limited number of units.

Rolls-Royce Phantom, passenger test

A news that to date has not been confirmed by further feedback, but certainly the Phantom will continue to fit under the hood the same V12 biturbo, derived from BMW, from 6.75 liters capable of expressing a power of 570 HP and a torque of 900 Nm that allows the car to reach 250 km / h of maximum speed, electronically limited.


Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.

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