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Rolls Royce Phantom Stretch Limo

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The Rolls Royce Phantom stretch limousine is pure artistry in motion.   From its custom 20” designer chrome wheels and hidden fifth door for quick, convenient passenger access to its premium leather interior with every upgrade, you'll know you're riding in luxury the moment you enter the vehicle.

This limousine is also equipped with a top-of-the-line audio system, three televisions and state-of-the-art RGB LED mood lighting.  And that's just a start.

Whether you're getting married, attending prom or celebrating an anniversary, birthday or other special occasion, our courteous, professional chauffeurs will provide you VIP red carpet treatment and exemplary white glove service.  So if you're looking to impress or treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind experience at an affordable price, the Rolls Royce Phantom 300 is the limousine for you.

Seats 10 passengers, and features:

  • Three (3) televisions

  • Professional, top-of-the-line audio/video system

  • CD/DVD player

  • Hidden fifth door for quick, convenient access

  • Three (3) ice coolers

  • Advanced RGB LED mood lighting

  • Rolls Royce logo illuminated pathway


  • Bottled water and ice

  • A complimentary bottle of champagne (Note: Applies to hourly service only. Excludes transfers.)

  • VIP red-carpet treatment

  • White-glove service

“Phenomenal experience with the whole team at VIP. . . . The Rolls limo was absurd. Totally over the top, which is exactly what we wanted! Robert, our driver, was just amazing. . . . Beginning to end this was a TOP-SHELF experience”
— Dave D.
“We rented the Rolls Royce for a birthday party as a surprise. Loved, loved, loved it! Sam, the driver, was exceptional. He went above and beyond to accommodate six 17-18 year old girls! They even wanted to take pictures with Sam by the car. Booking the vehicle was extremely easy. We told Sheila what we were trying to achieve and she made sure everything was carried out flawlessly. The whole team was very impressive. Would recommend 1,000%”
— Michelle I.
“Would like to start out by thanking our driver, Ruh. He was a excellent host. . . . We rented the limo for our annual Christmas party. The Rolls Royce limo was more then we expected. I would recommend it for any event you are planning.”
— Chris B.

Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII: Museum on Wheels

Alexander Gubsky / Vedomosti

The driver of the new Rolls-Royce Phantom will definitely have to drive it with gloves on. But not because it is tradition. And because the limousine turned out to be phenomenally quiet - it turns out that our hands, when in contact with the skin of the steering wheel, emit a rather unpleasant creak during active taxiing. Who would have thought - over the past 20 years I have been behind the wheel of hundreds of a wide variety of cars - from Zhiguli to Bugatti - but I realized this only now, in the eighth generation Phantom cabin.

In 1998, after obtaining the right to produce cars under the Rolls-Royce brand, the BMW group built a new plant in Goodwood, on the lands of the Dukes of Richmond. I saw the first Phantom of the “new era” in 2003, followed by a coupe and a convertible, the “junior” Rolls-Royce - Ghost, fastback Wraith, annual production exceeded the mark of 4000 cars, and Russia became the largest RR market in continental Europe, where hundreds of cars are sold annually (Rolls-Royce does not disclose exact sales figures by country).

Introducing Rolls-Royce Chief Engineer Philippe Koehn at the Phantom VIII ride in Switzerland, Brand Communications Director Richard Carter hailed him as the "Henry Royce of today." And, it seems, he did not sin against the truth: the car from Kyon and his team of 500 engineers turned out to be amazing.

The platform for the Phantom VIII is designed from the ground up and will form the basis for all new models of the brand - the future Ghost, Wraith, crossover and their derivatives. The average cost to develop a new car platform in today's automotive industry is $1 billion. Renault spent $500 million to develop the first-generation Logan platform and was justifiably proud of its efficiency. How much was spent on the development of the new platform, the company does not disclose - admitting only that it is less than $ 1 billion - and, in my opinion, in vain: Rolls-Royce also has something to be proud of. Especially considering that this work - from the first calculations to the finished car - took only five years, compared to the average seven years in the automotive industry.

According to Kyon, when working on the new platform, he had two main restrictions: the maximum length of the car should not exceed 6 m (to meet Chinese regulations, the main market for RR, where cars longer than 6 m are considered trucks and receive different license plates). signs) and body rigidity, which was supposed to match the future convertible. By solving these problems, it was easy to move on, says Kyon.

The body of the new limousine is all aluminum: other aluminum parts are attached to the winged metal frame. According to Kyon, aluminum was chosen not for lightness ("in the case of the Phantom, weight doesn't really matter"), but to make the body more rigid. Due to the fact that the body is assembled, and not a monocoque, the rigidity of the individual parts of the new Phantom has doubled, and the rigidity of the body as a whole is 30% more than the previous model.

Due to the fact that the body is now aluminum, Rolls-Royce had to completely rebuild production, says the chief engineer: from the old plant, in fact, only the famous roof with an overgrown garden remained, the old equipment was removed, and in its place new, for which it was necessary to deepen the floor. Workers also had to be retrained.

According to Köhn, great attention was paid to the linearity of the steering when fine-tuning the driving characteristics. The current Ghost Series II has earned us the title of "Rolls-Royce for the driver", and the Phantom VIII steers even better. The rear wheels at speeds up to 70 km / h turn in the direction opposite to the front ones to reduce the turning radius, at higher speeds they turn symmetrically to enter the turn cleaner.

An amazing thing: from the passenger seat and from the driver's seat, the limousine is perceived as different cars. I have already mentioned the silence in the cabin: according to the company, the noise level in the cabin at a speed of 100 km / h is only 60 dB, which is a third quieter than in the Phantom VII cabin, and 3-5 dB than in the salons of competitors. Which, in combination with an electronically controlled air suspension (softness starts with tires specially designed for the new generation of cars by Continental) leads to the fact that in the passenger seats the speed is not felt at all: the landscape outside the window flies back at a speed of 100 km / h , can be understood only by lowering the six-millimeter glass, made up of two glasses with a transparent polymer in the middle - then both noise and wind will burst into the cabin.

But from the driver's seat, the speed feels great - both 30 km/h and 130 km/h. As well as the mass of the Phantom VIII: pressing the brake, which is deliberately made "cotton" so as not to annoy passengers with sudden slowdowns, you understand that you are driving a nearly three-ton car. And noises important for safety - for example, when the wheels run over the dividing line on the asphalt - paradoxically penetrate into the cabin.

V12 twin turbo engine (power - 563 hp, torque - 900 Nm) accelerates a long-wheelbase limousine to 100 km / 5.4 s. Top speed is limited to 250 km/h. According to Kyon, the Phantom VIII was accelerated to 280 km / h in tests, and the engine potential was 300 km / h.

The British built a test track around Lake Lucerne, capturing the mountain road made famous by the movie Goldfinger. And it was a rare case when journalists willingly gave each other a seat at the wheel: not just to relax in the passenger seats (all four seats of the limousine are comfortable and equipped with back and pillow massage), but also to admire the breathtaking scenery.

Rolls-Royce simultaneously launches the standard and long wheelbase (EWB) versions of the Phantom VIII (length - 5762 and 5982 mm, respectively, wheelbase - 3552 and 3772 mm). The company expects sales between the standard and EWB versions to break down by 70% to 30%, with Europe and the US buying the standard and Russia and China buying the long wheelbase. The new limousine will account for 10-15% of the total sales of the brand, the price of a car in the UK - from 350,000 pounds.

But that's exactly what "from". Because the marketers and designers of the company were at least as good as the engineers. All Rolls-Royce vehicles have been custom-fitted for a long time. But the range of individualization was limited: unique colors, types of wood, a personal "starry sky" in the cabin ... Phantom VIII buyers are offered an option called The Gallery - in this case, the glazed dashboard becomes a showcase in which almost any object of art can be displayed (naturally, appropriate size). So far, Rolls-Royce employees, led by chief designer Giles Taylor, have selected seven ateliers working in different techniques: metal sculpture, painting, leather, fabrics, porcelain, inlay with precious stones and feathers. Craftsmen, who sometimes take longer to create one piece of art than it takes to assemble one Rolls-Royce, say they will adjust their creative plans in line with the wishes of limousine customers. According to Kyon, the dashboard is designed in such a way that, in the event of an accident, the art object is preserved and does not injure passengers. An even more difficult task was the installation of art objects in the front panel so that not a single speck of dust gets under the glass: works of art are delivered to Goodwood in double vacuum packaging, and the installation takes place in a clean room specially equipped according to the model of watch manufactories.

After 18-24 months, Rolls-Royce promises to give customers the opportunity to place in the Phantom VIII works of art of their choice and from their own collections - the brand's customers have already begun to make such requests. It seems that The Gallery is a very promising idea that will grow. So far, there is only one showcase in the interior of the limousine - in front of the front passenger, and the main, rear passengers, are deprived of the opportunity to freely admire what is displayed in it. So it can be assumed that in the future the limousine will have additional windows - for example, in the rear doors or the headrests of the front seats. Naturally, in the history of the British brand there have already been examples of turning cars into art objects - for example, Phantom of Love 1926, whose interior was decorated with tapestries and intarsia, or John Lennon's Phantom V, commissioned by him in 1967. But in these cases, the art remained forever in cars, and the owner of the Phantom VIII, even if he decides to sell his limousine, is a favorite object art can get out of the window and keep.

The art object in the showcase is partially covered by the central display, but it can be removed by pressing a button. With the virtual dashboard of the Phantom VIII, such castling will not be possible. It's well rendered, informative, but doesn't grab any attention—it's just another computer screen. Which will grow old morally very quickly - despite the fact that the Phantom VIII will be produced for 12-14 years, like its predecessor. I wouldn't have remembered it at all if it wasn't the Ghost Series II that drove me to the airport. And when my eyes fell on its analog instrument panel, I was taken aback: “But I already forgot how beautiful these immaculate dials with real hands are.” However, how many Rolls-Royce drivers think about dial aesthetics?

Rolls-Royce Phantom limousine to receive updates for 2022

Rolls-Royce has updated its flagship limousine for 2022 with the introduction of the Series II version of the eighth generation Phantom.

The brand says it has focused more on "preserving" the Phantom's character rather than changing it, with updates designed to keep the model at the forefront of its technology and luxury without majorly changing the look of the car.

External style updates are limited for this purpose. The front end features a slightly redesigned nose with a new chrome strip that sits atop the vertical pillars of the vehicle's imposing front grille and aligns with the vertical daytime running lights. The grille, like a growing number of BMW Group models, now also has a backlight function that illuminates vertical elements at night.

Elsewhere, the Phantom's body style remains unchanged and the model continues to be offered in both standard and long wheelbases. However, new wheel options have appeared. Available in stainless steel construction with 3D milling and a fully or partially polished finish. Even more striking is the new retro "disc wheel" design, which is said to be inspired by the Rolls-Royce 19 models.20s, available in polished steel finish or painted black lacquer.

Additional exterior details have been added to the vehicle's options list, including a darkened chrome grille surround, black hood reins, and black windshield and side window surrounds.

Rolls-Royce says they were added due to consumer demand for similar products.

Inside, the changes are few and far between. The steering wheel rim has been thickened to provide, according to the brand, better traction for drivers who, by the brand's own admission, are becoming more Phantom buyers than those who prefer to be drivers. The same deep level of internal customization will be offered.

In addition to styling updates, the brand has introduced a new feature that can be accessed through the Whispers for Owners private app. Called Rolls-Royce Connected, it introduces key smartphone connectivity features, including the ability to remotely send directions to the navigation system, as well as display vehicle location and status.

To commemorate the introduction of the Series II version of the Phantom Mk8, Rolls-Royce has unveiled a unique version called the Phantom Platino with platinum-inspired interior and exterior trim. Custom touches include a rear seat upholstered in fabric instead of leather and the use of 3D printed ceramic trim.

The technical basis of the Phantom remains unchanged, using the same chassis and engine technologies as before. Power is provided by a 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine developing 563 hp, which sends power to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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