The new Rolls-Royce Phantom made its debut in London last night. It is only the eighth model to wear the nameplate, which made its debut in the early 1920s. Over the last 92 years, the Phantom has not only become the oldest car nameplate but evolved to suit the requirements of different generations of people. In the video above, Rolls-Royce design director Giles Taylor talks us through the design of the new Phantom while also citing aspects of its heritage. But there are a few things Taylor doesn’t mention. Stay tuned for a full design review on the new Rolls-Royce Phantom, coming soon.
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