Rolls Royce unveils Phantom Coupe in Mumbai
UK based luxury car maker Rolls-Royce last week previewed the fourth car in its Phantom¬†line-up in Mumbai – the two door Phantom Coupe. The Coupe is priced at Rs. 4 crore and can be paid for in monthly instalments over a period of¬†7 years (at 13 per cent), after making a 20 per cent down payment. Each car will be custom built as per the buyer’s specifications and will come with a 100-year warranty for non-moving parts.
The 2 door, 4 seater Coupe has a boot¬†volume of 395 litres and a fuel tank¬†capacity of 100 litres¬†. It is equipped with a V 12, 48 valve engine with direct injection fuel management. The Coupe can attain a maximum speed of 250 km/h and goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.8 seconds.
Other cars in the Phantom¬†range are¬†the Phantom, the Phantom Extended Wheelbase and the Phantom Drophead Coupe. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars General Manager (South and East Asia Pacific) Matthew Bennett told reporters that the Phantom Coupe is the most driver-oriented model in the current range of Phantom cars.
The company sold 14 cars in India in 2008 and 41 in the last four years.
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