Rolls-Royce Phantom Front

Rolls-Royce Phantom Front

Rolls-Royce Phantom – Overview

A new Rolls-Royce Phantom, limited edition of 25 copies? Yes, but this brings a new range of devices that can be found later in customizations catalog.

Available in 25 copies so that the Phantom Limelight Emphasis is some new interior. Typical retail Care Rolls-Royce is reflected in the proposed new storage in the doors, with such a memory dedicated to female customers inviting fragrances and jewelry, also available in men with perfumes and watches. Note that the perfume bottles are “made in France” in the valley of Bresle, the Mecca of bottles.

And Rolls-Royce Phantom replica art Mercedes Maybach Pullman at the headquarters. If the German lines in a reclining seat near the business aviation, says the English refinement with its new offering. Billed as developed with healthcare professionals to provide the most relaxing position, new seat offers a 27 ° inclined backrest, leg rest tilted at 65° and a ramp inclined at 30°, as well as a soft pillow for his head.

In terms of customization, this imposes a model of Limelight “diamond” which is embroidered on the seats, doors, consoles and tablets. A model that will also be displayed on the clock, as well as outside on the lateral margin, still hand-painted

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