As you would expect, the ultra-luxurious Phantom’s cabin was fitted with the finest leather, wood trim and metal trim, plus sheepskin carpets and even hidden Rolls Royce badged umbrellas for rainy days.
Other distinctive features included an optional fiber-optic headliner designed to create the illusion of a starry night, cabin privacy curtains and a trunk-mounted wine cooler.
While the regular Phantom offered great interior room with impressive legroom and headroom for the rear passengers, Rolls Royce also offered the Extended Wheelbase version that added 10-inches rear-seat legroom.
Standard equipment included 21-inch alloy wheels, adjustable air suspension, power-closing rear coach doors, a power trunk lid, soft-close power front doors, a sunroof, automatic climate control, heated front and rear seats and even picnic tables for the rear passengers.
Also standard was a Bluetooth connectivity, a navigation system, a 15-speaker Lexicon audio system and voice control.
As if the extensive list of standard features was did not provide enough luxury, the Phantom could be heavily personalised by choosing the desired exterior color for an additional cost.
Standard safety features included antilock brakes, traction control and stability control, as well as side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags.
The 6.7-liter V12 engine produced 452 hp and took only 5.7 seconds in the sprint to 100 kph. There’s no reason to discuss the fuel consumption, as nobody would have bought a Phantom for fuel-economy reasons.