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Rolls-Royce Pulls the Plug on Phantom VII, Bespoke Edition Breaks Cover

After 13 years of presence on the market, the British luxury Rolls-Royce manufacturer has recently decided to end production of the exquisite Phantom VII, due to poor sales and not the best appreciation from Rolls-Royce fans.

With the latest model to be commissioned by a Rolls-Royce famous enthusiast, the model has undergone a serious of modifications which makes it stand-out from the crowd.

We are looking here a long-wheelbase model, finished in Blue Velvet, this bespoke model coming as well with a twin coachline with an ocean liner motif, adding as well a silver Spirit of Ecstasy and pinstripe rubbers.

The interior complements the car`s wrap with the same Blue Velvet colour, with new styling elements also to be added. We are looking here at two clocks which can be rotated in both direction, depending on the car`s position on the globe.

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 features the same 6.75-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, with 459 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque, allowing an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.2 seconds, at a top speed of 240 km/h.

As for the car`s pricing, there are no details released on that matter yet, but we expect a seven-figure price, especially since a stock model used to cost at least £470,000 in the United Kingdom. Enjoy the media gallery released with the last Rolls-Royce Phantom VII!

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