Rolls Royce Phantom VII to discontinue after 14 years of run.
Rolls Royce Phantom VII to discontinue after 14 years of run recent details and news is available here. After 14 years of the production the last version of Rolls Royce Phantom VII is just released. The last version of Roll Royce Phantom Vii has been released from the factory in West Sussex. The factory has given the name of the “renowned contemporary Rolls Royce collector” for the final version of the Phantom VII. The seventh generation is going to be discontinued from this year as stated by the manufacturing company. The Phantom VII is also the first model which was produced under BMW ownership. The production of Phantom VII started from 2003. Since the first production under BMW in 2003 there are five models of the Phantom VII in the market. They are Phandom Drophead Coupe, Phantom Coupe Ghost, Wrath and Dawn. The last year produced Dawn was manufactured in Goodwood headquarters.
The discontinuity of Phantom VII is to start the production of new series Phantom VIII series. The Phantom VIII series is supposed to be manufactured in UK but all the materials i.e all-aluminum chassis structures will be imported from Germany. Before the switch over to Phantom VIII the factory is releasing the last version of Phantom Vii with long wheel base. The cost of the last version will cost £373,824. The company also has said if any customers want the customization in the vehicle then they can do what ever they want which supports the vehicle’s overall performance. Of course the customization is not free.
Lets hope the new series of Phantom VIII will satisfy the customers and buyers. If you have any questions and queries regarding this article and Phantom VII feel free to leave a comment. Thank you for giving your time.