Next-Gen Rolls-Royce Phantom Spied: Interiors Leaked

The current-gen Rolls-Royce Phantom which is in production since 2003 is about to receive new avatar soon and result just came out in the form of spy-shots. The images snapped clearly depict the new platform pinned underneath which is found pinning the i8 and i3. The new air intake on front mimics changes in powertrain that may be confronted in the form of a hybrid motor alongside the 6.75L V12 engine. It seemed a fully electric version shall also make way soon.

The other minute consequential change remains with that of the quad exhausts and lower height.

Now, glaring inside the cabin, most of interior is done by the cosmetic gimmicks of BMW 7-Series. Comparatively, to the current model they shifted the air-con vents to a lower plethora whereas the dashboard too remains significantly revamped.

Next-Gen Rolls-Royce Phantom Spied Interiors Leaked

However, with the extensive use of aluminum the super-sedan of Rolls-Royce is going to lose oodles of weight approximately by 200kgs, which in return means better mileage and healthy performance numbers.

The test mule spy-shots had just started appearing in media. The further spy-images may reveal more than expected. Arrival apparently will happen in the next few years.

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