Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe - side profile


Having a look at the result shows what he means. The car is elegant but it lacks the visual heavi- ness of the salon. It looks more like a vehicle for piloting it by oneself rather than it looks like one for, as usual with Rolls Royce cars, being chauf- feured in it. Definitely, it's a timeless masterpiece.

When the canopy top is hidden, the car's side profile looks unparalleled noble. Expenses for making it looking that good might be also matter of stylistic requirements however, this too under- scores that the brand is still the leading luxury marque. After all Maybach don't even dare bring- ing out 2-door vehicle .

Of course, it's a BMW-versus-Mercedes-thing but thanks to the more prestigious label from the U.K., Munich apparently have a decisive advan- tage over the reanimated German make that might acquit themselves very well but do not reach the status of the traditional English name so far, as the Drophead's existence proves.
Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe - topview



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