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szdaily -> Business
New Rolls-Royce Phantom makes Asian debut
    2017-September-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Chen Xiaochun

654789759@qq.com

FOLLOWING its global launch at London’s Mayfair in July, the New Rolls-Royce Phantom was unveiled in Hong Kong on Saturday, marking the Asian debut of the eighth generation of this iconic motor car.

“For almost a century, Phantom has been witnessed by history as the conveyance of choice for people who have made the world turn — royalty, world leaders, titans of industry and global megastars,” said Ian Grant, regional sales manager for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific.

“Phantom has a long and rich history here in Hong Kong and Macao, and we are expecting a strong demand for the new Phantom in both cities following the start of deliveries early next year.”

New Phantom is the first of a new generation of Rolls-Royces to benefit from the creation of the “Architecture of Luxury,” an all-aluminum spaceframe architecture designed by Rolls-Royce engineers that will underpin every future Rolls-Royce beginning with the new Phantom and continuing with Project Cullinan and all future models.

“Rolls-Royce is again setting the benchmark for true luxury with a spectacular bespoke feature ‘The Gallery,’” said Grant.

“This unprecedented new concept incorporates art elements to re-interpret the motor car’s dashboard for the first time in 100 years. Many Rolls-Royce clients are patrons of art and have a deep appreciation for art and design, making Hong Kong an ideal platform for us to introduce new Phantom in Asia for the first time.”

Approximately 30 percent more rigid than the spaceframe architecture on which Phantom VII sat, the new architecture is at the heart of how the next generation of Rolls-Royces will deliver the Rolls-Royce experience.

 

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