Riding a Rolls Royce Phantom

1961 Rolls-Royce Phantom

You may have heard about this infamous saying: “The one who dies with the most toys wins”, my list of toys just lengthened after driving the Rolls Royce Phantom.

I invented for a very special toy, a toy that has recently held two special events, the 100th anniversary of Rolls-Royce and the customized 1,000th Rolls-Royce Phantom built in Goodwood, England. I had the pleasure of driving a Rolls-Royce Phantom with the line of the Rolls-Royce “Silver Ghost”, the founder Frederick Henry Royce described as “the best car he has ever made”. the best car in the world. “With that reproduction and 80 years of experience, expectations were high.

Two experts from Phantom, Bob Austin and Terrence Easton from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars NA, LLC, introduced me to the many features of this magnificent car. The Rolls-Royce Phantom has been exhibited by Miller Motor Cars of Greenwich, and many other exquisite products in “Luxury at the Port of Greenwich” from the Robb Report in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.

The technology of this car is under the hood and is not dotted on the board. The instrumentation is simple and without nonsense. You are not crowded with capricious readings and dials; although it is surrounded by unparalleled knowledge. The interior is an area in which the owner can put his signature choosing from a wide range of colors, materials, such as cashmere and leather, wood and wood inlays, and so on; In truth, however, the list of options is almost as long as an owner’s imagination.

The Phantom for its size is extraordinary, with a top speed of 130 mph can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds, and from 0 to 100 mph in just 5.9 seconds. Under the hood, it propels a V12 of 6.75 liters, with a maximum power of 453 hp, so do not worry about running a little late in the movies.

So, do you wonder what is driving a Rolls-Royce Phantom? I was in a state of euphoria driving the car through certain areas of Greenwich; where a wide secondary road became a small curve, where the entrance to a long ramp to the road became a combined short, and other roads were unconscious to me. Press the Phantom accelerator was like pushing the foot in the wind, you can expect a powerful thrust from the engine, but not in the ghost, where the engine produces all this extraordinary power, but it is smooth and quiet with little or no pushing the engine. The trip was so sweet that I had to keep looking at the speedometer to make sure I respected the law and drive at the right speed, despite the temptation to check the maximum speed through my mind. The tools in a Rolls-Royce Phantom was the highlight of my day at the Robb Report event, which was also my birthday. Being a winner, I’m baffled about how I can get the ghost from my toy list, and into my hands?

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