The standard version will cost you Rs. 9.5cr, while the extended wheelbase version comes at Rs. 11.35cr.
Prices include a four-year service package, 24-hour roadside support and warranty.
In Delhi, Select Cars Pvt. Ltd is the sole authorized dealer.
Rolls Royce Phantom VIII comes to North India
The car has Rolls-Royce's iconic suicide doors
The new-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom is based on the company's new aluminum space frame platform or the "Architecture of Luxury."
It is 30% more rigid than its predecessor and features a larger 24-slat chrome grille, new LED projector headlamps, and new LED taillights.
Its design is derived from a yacht with a two-tone shade and the iconic suicide doors.
Phantom VIII is the world's most silent motor car
Inside, the car gets a 6mm two-layered glazing on every window.
It has over 130 kg of sound insulation to be the "most silent motor car in the world."
It features a digital instrument console, a massive infotainment display, and most importantly, a new glass-encased space or "gallery." Situated on the dashboard, the gallery can be used to display anything like artwork or trophies.
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It can go from 0-100 kmph in just 5.4 seconds
On the technical side, the Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII has a 6.75-litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine with 563 bhp and 900 Nm of peak torque. It can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in just 5.4 seconds. The luxury vehicle has an 8-speed, satellite-aided transmission.
All the driver assistance systems you can think of!
It features a host of safety systems like alertness assistance, active cruise control, cross-traffic warning, and lane change warning.
It also has visibility assistance in place like panoramic view, helicopter view, all-around visibility, and night vision assistance.
The Phantom VIII can be completely customized. Users can choose from 44,000 exterior colors and request personalized designs from the company's bespoke designers.
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