In 2004, Rolls-Royce introduced the all-new Phantom, setting a new precedent in performance luxury automobiles. The 2005 Phantom featured a new powered sunroof with minor changes made to the options. Front and rear video cameras, a new LCD screen for parking assistance and Bluetooth integration were the key changes for 2006. Starlight Headliner fiber-optic interior ambient ceiling lighting was the showcased feature for the 2008 model year. In 2009, the front-end was revamped and restyled, LED door handle illumination was added and 21” premium aluminum wheels were made standard features. 2010 saw no major changes. The only notable update for 2011 was the release of the “Spirit of Ecstasy” edition, which featured a signature hood ornament. 2012 wouldn’t see any updates. But in 2013, new LED headlights were added, the electronics system got a refresh, a new front end graced the body and an eight-speed transmission debuted.
Top of the line luxury and exclusivity are part of the hallmarks of the 2007 Rolls-Royce Phantom, a large exotic sedan handcrafted to the desires of its buyers and a new extended wheelbase version is available for 2007.
The 2005 Rolls-Royce Phantom is an exotic, ultra-luxurious large sedan that seats five passengers and is fitted with the highest of high-end luxury amenities in addition to a 453 hp V12 under the hood.