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July 20, 2024

Rolls Royce debuts the new 2023 Phantom Series II

Arushi Sakhuja 
Rolls Royce Motors recently unveiled the 2023 Phantom Seris II globally. Introducing some design upgrades, its design is an evolution in mastery. Bold, opulent and sleek; the car redefines luxury.
In a press release, Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös explains, “The subtle changes we have made for the new Phantom Series II have been minutely considered and meticulously executed. As Sir Henry Royce himself said: “Small things make perfection, but perfection is no small thing.”
Rolls Royce Phantom Series II
Photo Courtesy: Rolls Royce / Instagram
Features
A luminous new feature for Phantom Series II is the iconic Pantheon Grille that radiates a stunning glow against the darkness.
The dark chrome grille surround of Phantom Series II intensifies this stream of light — while amplifying the motor car’s assertive presence.
Appearing on Phantom Series II are the all-new Starlight Headlights with an intricate show of 580 laser-cut stars.
The 22-inch disc-style wheels are inspired by the amazing wheels of 1920s-era Rolls-Royces. With the Rolls-Royce monogram poised and upright, customers can choose between stainless steel, milled and 3D wheels.
The new model also has the ‘Rolls-Royce Connected’ car technology that helps in navigation, displays security status and more.
Interiors
The interior roof is evocative of the galaxy-esque.
Rolls Royce Phantom Series II
Photo Courtesy: Rolls Royce / Instagram
Adding opulence to the car are the interiors that showcase attention to detail. The Rolls-Royce now gets windscreen surround and side frames with optional fabric upholstery for the rear seat.
The 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine producing 563 hp power makes the car powerful enough to go from 0-100kmph in merely  5.4 seconds. ⁠
Rolls Royce Phantom Series II
Photo Courtesy: Rolls Royce / Instagram
Specifications
NEDC (combined): CO2 emissions: 345 g/km; Fuel consumption: 18.7 mpg / 15.1 l/100km.
WLTP combined: CO2 emissions: 351-362 g/km; Fuel consumption: 17.7-18.2 mpg / 15.5-16.0 l/100km
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