Mansory’s $1.2M Carbon Fiber Rolls-Royce Phantom: Luxury Redefined

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Some assert that there’s no such thing as excessive use of carbon fiber. Its lightweight nature, aesthetic appeal, corrosion resistance, flexibility, and durability are touted as virtues. Yet, the Rolls-Royce Phantom emerging from Mansory’s workshop challenges this notion.

Mansory’s typical treatment of Rolls-Royce models involves immersion in carbon fiber, infusion of light blue leather accents, and an indulgence in luxury.

At a staggering estimated value of $1.2 million, this Phantom strays far from its classic and elegant sedan roots. The customary carbon fiber dominates its exterior, from the newly designed front spoiler to the hood, sills, and pillars.

Adorned in black with striking light blue accents, including the Spirit of Ecstasy emblem and “RR” lettering, Mansory’s customization defies convention. Riding on FD.15 Black Diamond wheels, this Phantom can also be personalized with various wheel designs.

Opinions on this audacious modification are mixed. While some laud it as “amazing,” others liken it to being parked under a flock of pigeons.

Inside, the cabin immerses occupants in a sea of blue, with every surface enveloped in luxurious leather adorned with diamond stitching. Carbon fiber accents embellish the steering wheel, center console, and dashboard strip.

The original 6.7-liter V12 twin-turbocharged engine of the Phantom receives Mansory’s touch, boosting its output to 602 horsepower and 701 pound-feet of torque. Enhancements make it both more powerful and lighter, and courtesy of extensive carbon fiber use, one can anticipate improved performance.

Dana Phio

By Dana Phio

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