The 2020 Rolls Royce Phantom just turned out to be a more comfortable, elegant and bespoke model than before. The Roll-Royce Phantom 2020 has a shorter design title but has a higher recommendation for engineers and designers. That’s because it’s simply the best car in the world. Not that Roll-Royce called the Phantom a car at all, calling it a luxury item. Due to the unreadable nature of the car, rivals competing with the Roll-Royce Phantom are few and far between, and the most direct competitor is the Bentley Mulsanne or its more advanced cousin, the Windows Bentayga. The Mercedes S-Class, Audi A8, Jaguar XJ, and BMW 7 Series all offer a VIP experience but appear to be very much compared to the Phantom.
SUVs are gaining popularity with world-class specialists, too, so long-range Range Rover can be taxed. That is until the arrival of the Roll-Royce Cullinan SUV, based on the same interest as the Phantom itself.
2020 Rolls Royce Phantom Interior
Once inside, there is a feeling of alienation from the outside world, in part because it’s so quiet. You are safe from the knowledge that all the material you can see or touch is metallic if it looks shiny and real wood if it looks dirty. Of course, this doesn’t mean much, but you can also make sure that every item is of the best quality available, from the softest leather to the deepest carpets. Perhaps the most inspiring is the ‘Starlight Headliner’, the most important one installed on any Roll-Royce so far and well represented by the night sky above the corporate headquarters of Goodwood at a particular point in time.
This consists of one piece of glass that extends across the entire width of the keyboard. It covers the entire digital instrument cluster, goes behind the pop-up infotainment screen and actually creates an empty canvas for customers to send artists to create unique artwork and finish behind it. For one thing, the switches and rods are a pleasure to use, with the best action on everything you touch, from the air-to-air transmission to climate change control switches.
2020 Rolls Royce Phantom Engine
The all-new 6.75-turbocharged twin V12 may sound like the kind of engine installed in Lamborghini, but on the Phantom, it won’t be much different, because it’s almost silent. Roll-Royce has gone to unbelievable efforts to make the interior as quiet as possible, fit a 6mm glass double layer around the car and over 130kg of sound installations, including subway and headliner. Phantom has also introduced the newly installed tires into the foam inside to reduce speed noise, so it is possible that Roll-Royce can attach the finishing touches to the car.
Instead, it delivers its 563bhp gravity and propels it from low revs in a low-light way to a feeling of inefficiency. It all works perfectly in combination with an automatic speed gearbox, which can’t be heard changing from one gear to another. It’s probably enough to describe the performance as “plenty”, but if you have to know the math, the Phantom will drive you from 0-62mph in 5.3 seconds unanswered and go for a top speed of 155mph. For comparison, the Speed Mulsanne Speed automatic is faster, moving at 62mph in 4.8 seconds and a top speed unlimited over 180mph.
2020 Rolls Royce Phantom Safety
Instead, it delivers its 563bhp gravity and propels it from low revs in a low-light way to a feeling of inefficiency. It all works perfectly in combination with an automatic speed gearbox, which can’t be heard changing from one gear to another. It is unlikely that the Phantom will ever be tested independently of an independent cracking at the hands of Euro NCAP, but otherwise, it may