The Phantom Series II from Rolls-Royce has received some modifications, including modest aesthetic tweaks and the addition of new options.
Outside, the most noticeable change is the new polished horizontal line on the lit Pantheon Grille. The latter appears to be a continuation of the full-LED headlights' DRLs, which have also been enhanced with laser-cut bezel starlights.
Other exterior highlights include two new wheel designs: disc wheels in polished stainless steel or black lacquer, and milled stainless steel wheels with triangular facets in fully or partially polished finishes.
Following popular demand, Rolls-Royce now offers a darkened chrome grille, black bonnet reins, windshield surround, and side frame finishes. Rolls-Royce acknowledged that more customers are opting to drive their vehicles rather than be escorted, thus the Phantom's steering wheel was thickened for a better feel.
Inside, the unlimited customisation possibilities include a strange mix of leather upholstery for the front seats and fabric upholstery for the rear seats.
The latter is made up of two separate textiles, one from an Italian mill and the other from bamboo fibers. The textured fabric patterns may also be found on the Phantom's Gallery and the dashboard's 3D-printed ceramic watch.
Through the private Whispers app, owners can send a destination address from their smartphone to the car's navigation system.
The Phantom Series II is powered by a twin-turbo 6.75-liter V12 engine that produces 563 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque. A fully electric Phantom is also being developed by Rolls-Royce.
The new Phantom's price has yet to be disclosed by Rolls-Royce.