Rolls-Royce Phantom dimensions
Latest model: Rolls-Royce Phantom Sedan (2011)
Length: 229.9 (in) = 5840 (mm)
Width: 78.3 (in) = 1990 (mm)
Height: 64.3 (in) = 1632 (mm)
Compare Rolls-Royce Phantom dimensions to: Rolls-Royce Ghost, Chrysler 300
Rolls-Royce Phantom details:
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is exactly what you'd expect of a Rolls-Royce. It's decadently opulent, wickedly comprehensive, meticulously engineered and unapologetically grandiose. If you've got the cash, then step right up. Rolls-Royce Phantom Sedan offers the following pros: Regal passenger accommodations; iconic and extravagant styling; magnificent ride; drives surprisingly well for its size; nearly infinite configuration features. Rolls-Royce Phantom Sedan drawbacks are: Size makes it a devil to maneuver in tight spots; some confusing secondary controls; may attract paparazzi.
The 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom is an ultra-luxury sedan available in regular or extended-wheelbase models that bench five by default. Most expected luxury features come traditional, including 21-inch cast-aluminum wheels, an adjustable air suspension, front and back parking sensors, power-closing back coach doors, a power-closing cargo lid, soft-close performance front doors, a sunroof, multizone conditioning, heated front and back seatings, driver memory functions, a performance tilt-and-telescoping helm, a leather headliner with wool and cashmere accent panels, and veneered picnic tables built into the back seatbacks.
Bluetooth, keyless ignition/entry, a navigator, voice command functionality, Rolls-Royce Assist emergency telematics and a multifunction controls controller are also traditional. The stereo system is a 15-speaker Lexicon Logic 7 surround-sound audio with an in-dash Single-cd player, a glovebox-mounted Six-cd changer, an optional stereo slot and radio with a lifetime subscription. The Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB adds 10 inches of back legroom, full back climate control, reversible footrests and a rear-seat entertainment system.
If that list seems incomplete, rest assured that Rolls-Royces can be customized to your heart's content. Should the extensive list of traditional look and dashboard colours not strike your fancy, Rolls will paint the Rolls-Royce Phantom and tan its leather any color you see fit -- for an extra fee, of course.
Other auxillary features include two various wheel designs, visible exhaust tips, an expanded cargo, a front and back camera system, multi-adjustable performance back captain's chairs, a back center control panel, a chilled cargo box for the back seatings, a "drinks cabinet", fiber-optic "starlight Headliner" ceiling illumination, back curtains and a Dvd-changer back bench entertainment system with dual 12-inch monitors. Add-on by-request-only items include customized monogram leather stitching, a trunk-mounted wine cooler or secure, a humidor, a dash-mounted Conway Stewart pen set, a cab partition for the EWB model, or nearly any other option you can dream up and fund.
Lastly, there is also the Spirit of Ecstasy Collection, a limited run of 100 Rolls-Royce Phantoms that celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament. To honor that piece of sculpture, these special Rolls-Royce Phantoms have a choice of original look and dashboard colours, original Rolls-Royce badges, an illuminated solid silver hood ornament, polished wheels, metal foil instrument fascias, a leather-lined glove compartment and control panel box, a leather headliner and a Spirit of Ecstasy desk ornament with a signed letter of authenticity. .