Still that does not mean that it comes without much to shout about. Luxury is as much as the car goes and it is the classical touch to its that makes it stand out among the crowd, the whole of it. On top of it, it also comes with the most contemporary fittings available.
The car is powered up by a BMW powered 6.75 liter V12 engine while the Drophead Coupe comes with a 6.8 liter, 48 Valve V12 engine. This obviously is because the German car maker is the parent company of Rolls-Royce and this car gets you from zero to hundred in merely 5.7 seconds, thanks to its 453 horsepower engine mated with a 6 speed automatic transmission gearbox. It would reach its top speed at 155mph and is utterly comfortable.
If you are looking for a futuristic and modern design on this one, then you will be very disappointed. In fact you should just start looking elsewhere but it has since been given new designed wheels, grille and front bumpers. This is as contemporary as it can get, nothing further. Apparently, the car is being wrapped in about 450 pieces of leather strapped together and are hand made in within its wood finish. Of course, at a premium price of around US400,000 (which translates to about RM1.4 million before tax) you can most expect the car to come with posh and lifestyle written all over it.
The car also comes with some other features like bi-xenon headlights, LED running lights and door handles, adjustable air suspension, automatic rear coach doors and trunk lids, parking assist system, sunroof as well as heated seats all over. Somehow, classic never looked this good for a while now. Currently the Rolls Royce Phantom and Drophead Coupe are brought in by Naza World and you can get your hands on them for RM2.984 million and RM2.889 million respectively.