Upfront, the luxury car now comes equipped with an upper bar connected between the LED DRLs. The front fascia is flanked by an illuminated dark chrome Pantheon Grille and revised headlamps with laser-cut bezel starlights. Moreover, the 2023 Roll-Royce Phantom Series II receives the retro-styled alloy wheels that strikes a similarity with the 1920’s disc wheels. Customers can choose from the set of wheels, including stainless steel, milled and 3D wheels available with triangular facets.
Moreover, Rolls-Royce now gets windscreen surround and side frame finishers and black bonnet reins. Inside the cabin, the premium car largely remains the same. Now the new RR Phantom Series II gets an optional fabric upholstery for rear seats, while the Phantom’s Starlight Headliner has received whimsical shooting stars following the sweeping arc of the pattern as part of Rolls-Royce Platino.
In terms of features, the Phantom Series II now gets ‘Rolls-Royce Connected’ car technology that helps in navigation, displays security status, current ‘health’ condition on Whispers and more.
At the heart, the 2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II is powered by the same 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine producing 563 hp power and 900 Nm torque @1,700 rpm. The engine is mated to an eight-speed transmission. The car accelerates from 0-100 kmph in merely 5.4 seconds.