Sporting Carbon instruments in noble Rolls: Is it?

Goodwood ( UK), February 4, 2015

Granted, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Nighthawk is only intended for the US market and will never roll to Germany. But let us at: a Rolls-Royce Phantom can not afford anyway, right? So, here is the latest Rolls Phantom Drophead Coupé Nighthawk is the complete name.

Only nine of

The newcomer is guaranteed an exclusive thing, for Rolls-Royce will produce only nine pieces. Among the sources of inspiration for the special model included stealth jets such as the Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk. The car is painted in metallic black and left out discreetly. Interior designers have, however, properly executed reached, especially in the instruments: These and the dashboard are kept in a conspicuous carbon look. To this end, the three circular instruments have white numerals and orange pointer, which is more reminiscent of racing cars than luxury sedans. Nobel contrast, does the black and tan leather interior, which includes even the center tunnel and the trunk.

Individualization without limits?

Perhaps the designers of the strong phantom engine have to let the sports optics instruments carried away: The V12 with 460 hp makes the Drophead Coupé for a standard sprint in 5.8 seconds. Alternatively, the designers have sought only a particularly insane combination. For there they went to the individualization options: "We have the Nighthawk commissioned to demonstrate our customers the creativity of the Rolls-Royce Bespoke teams Custom sizes are the basic philosophy of our brand, and the options are our only by the imagination. customers limited, " said Eric Shepherd, president of Rolls-Royce North America. Let's hope that the imagination of customers remains limited ?? on the aesthetically sensible. Otherwise we have the next US holiday even lilac Rolls-Royce models with rear wing, flared wheel arches and wide tires View . ( sl)