Rolls-Royce Equips $570000 Phantom Variant for Picnics
October 2, 2014 - Picnic Time
Sometimes midtown only isn’t the
right mark to get out of your limo for a picnic. Rolls-Royce
Motor Cars Ltd. might have a answer: food hampers and inlaid
tables for en-route dining in a Phantom Metropolitan.
The limited-edition chronicle of a top-of-the-line Phantom
sedan, introduced currently during a Paris Motor Show and already sold
out during 450,075 euros ($570,000), facilities cruise accessories as
well as hypothetical city skylines as taste options with a “full
palette” choice of 44,000 colors, a Goodwood, England-based
unit of Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW) pronounced in a presentation.
Rolls-Royce is set to surpass 4,000 deliveries in a year for
the initial time in 2014, Chief Executive Officer Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes pronounced in Bloomberg Television talk during a show,
without naming how many of those will embody a 20 made-to-order Phantom Metropolitans a association skeleton to build.
“We are during a apex of automotive luxury,” Mueller-Oetvoes said. “What we get is glorious substance” with the
The Phantom Metropolitan’s picnic-table marquetry is
composed of 500 tiny timber pieces organised to arrangement a
cityscape from above when when folded out for use and a skyline
when stowed. The inlay work takes “at slightest a integrate of days”
to complete, Mueller-Oetvoes said.
The high-class civic thesis is echoed in interior embroidery
patterns such as an epitome skyscraper picture on a central
rear-seat flutes, as good as a bespoke time on a front
console display a time in 24 of a world’s vital cities.
The manufacturer’s first-half sales jumped 33 percent to
1,968 cars, and a smoothness record this year would be Rolls-Royce’s fifth in a row. The brand, owned by Munich-based BMW
since 2003, produces a 326,550-euro Wraith and upcoming
326,175-euro Ghost Series II in further to a standard
345,000-euro Phantom. The division, that pronounced in Aug that
it’s building an open-top indication to go on sale by mid-2016, is
looking during either to follow Volkswagen AG’s Bentley and Porsche
nameplates and make a sport-utility vehicle.
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