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Rolls-Royce Phantom VII Is Shut Down, Special Edition Released

The Rolls-Royce Phantom VII has been an exceptional luxurious model with more than 13 years of activity on the market, but unfortunately, the British carmaker decided it was time to shut down production of the car.

To celebrate its retirement, a well-known Rolls-Royce fan has decided to create a special edition of the Phantom VII, by fitting it with lots of cool and standout aftermarket mods, both at the exterior as well as inside.

As we can depict from the photos below, the model looks impeccable and hot with the Blue Velvet exterior wrap, the same styling continuing inside as well. The colour is also highlighted by the twin coach-line with ocean liner motif, as well as the Silver Spirit of Ectasy and pinstripe tires.

Moving inside, the cabin features the same Blue Velvet theme as the exterior, complemented with new trims and two clocks that show the time on all five continents and which can be rotated in both directions. Other features inside also refer to a hand-cut wake effect on the lambswool carpets, high-end materials and leather on the seats and dashboard, and so on.

In the engine department, the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII packs a massive 6.7-liter naturally aspirated engine, developing no less than 459 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque. The acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is done in 6.2 seconds, at a topping of 240 km/h.

In terms of pricing, if the owner decides to close the deal with his model, rumors have it that it will come with a seven-figure price, which is relatively expensive, considering the fact that the factory model came out with an entry-level price of £470,000 in the United Kingdom.

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