The Rolls-Royce Phantom car is the smart luxury English company Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Model range: Phantom: Rolls-Royce Phantom SWB (in a reference body of 5,83 m, Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB (in an oblong body of 6,08 m), Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe (5,6 m), Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe (5,6 m), Rolls-Royce Ghost (5,4 m) and Rolls-Royce Ghost EWB (5,56 m). 2003 Phantom — presented in January, 2003 on on a motor show in Detroit became the first model of the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited company. The division of BMW had no technical or corporate communication with the company Rolls-Royce, except for a trademark and a logo. The car was equipped with the engine of 6,75 l of V12, production BMW. The part of an electronics engineering was also productions of the company and its contractors, however the majority of details was original for the car. Unlike Mini (which for 90% it was developed and it was made in Great Britain) the majority of details was made in Germany though assembly and trial runs of cars are carried out at factory in Gudvud. At the same time, the new car has proportions and lines, the reference for classical Rolls-Royce cars.
The car is accessible in the reference and oblong version, the cost of the car begins from £250,000.
In 2007 the company declared an exit of a restricted series from 25 sedans of Rolls-Royces Phantom painted in unusual white Metallic Ghost Silver color, with a figurine \"Spirit of Ecstasy\" from silver and special finishing of salon. Release of a series is dated for 100-year anniversary of the Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost model.
2007 Phantom Drophead Coupe — the cabriolet with the weak folding roof was developed on the basis of Rolls-Royce 100EX prototype.
Undoubtedly, it is possible to call this model one of the most popular luxury cars in the world, and the most known model of legendary English car maker today. That this car was created from scratch is remarkable, and engineers managed to find a formula on which it was created really original in everything.