5 Things We Need To Know About Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II’s Debut In Singapore

5 Things We Need To Know About Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II’s Debut In Singapore

Gerald Yuen
Gerald Yuen
29 Nov 2022

Did you know that at its prototype stage, the 6.75-litre Rolls-Royce V12 engine in Phantom had to faultlessly revolve 750 million times before being approved for production? While we come to grips with the sheer scale of this exercise, in steps Phantom Series II, featuring subtle styling changes catering to a younger audience. Phantom Series II makes its debut on local shores with a striking Forge Yellow cabin draped with a Black Diamond exterior - here are 5 things we need to know about this hand-built work of art.

It’s not only a local debut

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ latest iteration of the iconic Phantom arrives in Singapore, the first South East Asian country to receive the new model. This comes as no surprise - Singapore, a luxury hub, is one of the top markets in the Asia Pacific for Phantom.

New face of equal charm

A new polished horizontal line now sits between the daytime running lights above the Pantheon Grille. A subtle geometric change to the Pantheon Grille makes the ‘RR’ Badge of Honour and Spirit of Ecstasy mascot more prominent when viewed from the front, too. The headlights are now graced with intricate laser-cut bezel starlights.

Sense of flight of land

The side profile is further enhanced with new wheels. A 3D, milled, stainless steel wheel with triangular facets is available to commission in a fully or part-polished finish. Alternatively, Phantom may be graced with a disc wheel, recalling the romance of 1920’s Rolls-Royce motor cars. This disc wheel is produced in both polished stainless steel and black lacquer.

More connected than before

Phantom includes the debut of ‘Rolls-Royce Connected’. This enables the owner to send an address directly to the motor car from Whispers, the Rolls-Royce private-members’ Application, providing seamless navigation to an event, restaurant, dealership or even the Home of Rolls-Royce itself.

Now for the price…

Phantom Series II retails from S$2,098,888, while Phantom SII Extended starts from S$2,448,888 (excluding COE). As with most Phantoms (or Rolls-Royces for that matter), pricings are highly dependent on clients’ specifications. Each hand-built Rolls-Royce is personally tailored to its client. If the brand can deliver coachbuilt creations like this, who knows what craftsmen can conjure for top-tier customers of Phantom.

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