Rolls-Royce Phantom in Madrid 2005 posters

Rolls-Royce Phantom in Madrid

The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a luxurious saloon car manufactured by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, which is a BMW subsidiary. It was released in 2003 and is the first car bearing the Rolls-Royce name under BMW's ownership. Featuring a 6.8-litre, 48-valve V12 engine, the Phantom delivers 453 hp (338 kW) and has an output torque of 531 ft·lbf (720 N·m). The powerplant is derived from the existing V12 engines made by BMW. Measuring 63 in (1.63 m) in height, 74.8 in (1.99 m) in width, 5.83 in (228 in) in length, and weighing 5478 lb (2485 kg), the Phantom has a double wishbone suspension, a six-speed automatic transmission, and red rear side markers on all US versions to comply with federal car lighting rules. An extended wheelbase vehicle was also shown at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show, with a length of 250 mm more than the standard model. BMW also designed the Phantom to look different from their other models, with 15 percent of its parts being shared with the BMW 7 Series. The purpose was to ensure that the Phantom stood out from other cars produced by BMW, avoiding being labeled as a BMW extension - an issue that Mercedes-Benz's Maybach range was criticized for.

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