For the ultra-rich, a Phantom is quite a necessity to be driven around. After all, it's the only car that fits their bill. Facelifted for this year, the new ultra-flamboyant saloon has a thin strip-looking fog lamps. The new headlight also has LED technology up on its sleeve with some sort of trickery that causes it to become fully speed-adaptive so it could illuminate more upon cornering. New cameras are also installed around the body which creates more senses from the outside world. The buttery 6.75-litre V12 engine is now mated with a super smooth 8-speed transmission that improves fuel-economy of up to 10%. As you approach a bespoke car for the first time and enter via the rear-hinged doors, you will be greeted by a curved and immensely comfortable bench that's been tailor-fitted to the customers desirability.
A big luxury car shouldn't be slow, instead the Phantom can hustle its way from standstill to cruising speed in under 5.8 seconds. And the noise is simply just you breathing. To give the best car in the world the benchmark of a ride comfort, the chassis has been stiffened up while the air-suspension still works its magic. The Phantom is a car, no person can never wow on.