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Rolls-Royce Phantom--D&M Motorsports Video Test Drive and Review 2012 Chris Moran
TEST DRIVE and complete presentation of a stunning 2009 Rolls-Royce Phantom
at D&M Motorsports. Presented by Chris Moran.
Like the Great Pyramid of Giza, Rolls-Royces change shape slowly and
imperceptibly without affecting grandeur or purpose. This evolutionary pace
ensures that even older Rolls models will remain relevant and rewarding,
creating no sense of shame for owners even when placed next to newer,
That said, the single most noticeable change on the 2009 Rolls-Royce
Phantom—the new front bumper—does just enough to tidy up the Phantom's
face that it might prompt customers to go ahead and toss down $400K for a
new one anyway. Indeed, the nicely integrated fascia brings the bumper,
fenders, and grille into agreement with each other. Together, they replace
the clunky, unresolved front end that, frankly, made the pre-'09 Phantom
look like it had already "menaced" a wall or two as part of the assembly
Rolls-Royce made more changes to the big bad Phantom for '09, including new
power rear bucket seats; relocated rear climate, window, and audio
controls; a new clock; fabulous new rear vanity mirrors; and, for the first
time, the unique headliner that uses tiny lights to mimic twinkling
stars—evidently, when you have this kind of money, the stars always come
out at night. The iconic Rolls grille has also been tweaked, becoming
shallower to mimic the Phantom Coupé and Drophead Coupé, and
cast-aluminum 21-inch wheels are now standard, with two additional wheel
designs also being available. Production of the 2009 Phantom has just
commenced at Rolls-Royce's Goodwood facility.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has today revealed record sales results for 2010,
with 2,711 cars sold during the year. This was a 171 per cent increase on
the 2009 total of 1,002 cars and more than double the previous company
record of 1,212 cars set in 2008.
All regions demonstrated significant sales growth, with particularly strong
results seen in Asia Pacific, the United States and the Middle East. The
United States remained the biggest single market for Rolls-Royce in 2010,
followed by China and the UK. However, strong growth was also seen in
markets like India, Korea and Japan.
"Our record sales result for 2010 was a tremendous team effort and is
testament to the commitment and passion shown by our employees at Goodwood
and around the world," said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive
Officer. "Rolls-Royce has further extended its position at the pinnacle of
the super luxury automotive market and has demonstrated a clear competence
in the management of this unique ultra-luxury brand. We begin 2011 with a
sustainable business model, a flexible workforce and great confidence in
the future success of our company".
Demand for the company's latest model, Ghost, has been exceptional and
Rolls Royce has won universal acclaim from customers, media and
enthusiasts. Around 80 per cent of Ghost customers have never previously
owned a Rolls-Royce.
Demand for Phantom models remained strong with the four door versions
(Phantom and Phantom Extended Wheelbase) remaining most popular. However,
continued interest in the Phantom Drophead Coupé and the Phantom Coupé
saw Rolls Royce attract new buyers, thanks to the company's unique Bespoke
Bespoke includes the development of anything from the most understated
feature such as personalised tread plates, contrast stitching and seat
piping to personalised veneers and unique exterior paints. Then there are
stunning creations like luggage, glassware and a picnic set all designed
and developed in-house at Goodwood.
The majority of Phantom series cars produced at Goodwood in 2010 included
some Bespoke element and many exceptional and individual cars were produced
for customers during the year. Bespoke sales in 2010 reached record levels
and this trend is expected to continue in 2011.
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