The all-new Rolls-Royce Phantom has been recently presented in Ukraine for the first time after the world debut in London a year ago. Since 1925, when Sir Henry Royce presented the first Rolls-Royce Phantom, automobile experts have recognized it as the best in the world. The car has been highly appreciated by the high and mighty for the past 93 years.
Throughout the years, cars created by Henry Royce have become a symbol of reliability: about 80% of cars that have been produced within the history of the brand are still up and running. In 1998, the Rolls-Royce and Bentley business was sold to Volkswagen, and brand rights were sold to BMW. However, Rolls-Royce name was not sold.
A frequent winner of "Car of the Year" and "Engine of the Year" awards, Rolls Royce assembles their product at Goodwood factory in Great Britain, where the best British craftsmen make sure the new car comes out perfect and ready to go.
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«The new Phantom marks an important milestone in the history of Rolls-Royce in Ukraine, which began with the first appearance of a car of this brand in our country back in 1914» - says Aleksander Timofeev, General Director of AVT Bavaria, the official dealer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Ukraine.
The new model of Phantom boasts of renovated and modern design. The car is also unique thanks to "The Gallery" — a new interpretation of Phantom’s dashboard, introduced for the first time in 100 years.
The new Phantom is the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce ever created by the company. Aluminium "Luxury Architecture" reduces the mass of the car, makes it more rigid, noiseless and technologically perfect.
Long-term engineering experience of the company ensures the best qualities of each new arriving model: for instance, the new 12-cylinder Twin-Turbo engine with a volume of 6.75 liters gives a perfectly harmonized power level and extraordinary technical characteristics.
We hope that Ukraine will appreciate the latest model in Kyiv.
Photos provided by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.