After more than a decade since its last update, Rolls-Royce just rolled out the Phantom VIII, the most technologically advanced Rolls-Royce ever. This iteration of the Phantom has been described by Rolls as both a “new and contemporary design interpretation of Rolls-Royce Phantom DNA” and “the most silent car in the world.” It all starts with a brand new chassis designed and built for the exact weight of the car, which improves performance and overall rigidity by thirty percent. But how do you make a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 producing 563 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque mated to an eight speed transmission silent? Almost 300 pounds of sound insulation, and that silent ride is just the first of the many creature comforts. “The Gallery” is a new, fittingly named addition that runs the full length of the dash and can be used to display everything from your DNA plated in gold to porcelain English roses as a nod to the brand’s heritage. The Phantom VIII is also equipped with night vision, active cruise control, 360-degree parking assistant, traffic detection sensors, and heated everything (seats to arm rests to console lids) just in case those absurdly comfortable leather seats just weren’t cutting it. The Phantom VIII is a rolling version of the nicest room you’ve never been in.
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