Rolls Royce hits 3,000 Phantom landmark

The 3,000th Rolls-Royce Phantom has been sold by Rolls Royce Motor Cars since its January 2003 inception.

The prestigious vehicle, which retails for approximately £220,000, was taken up by the London-based socialite Lisa Tchenguiz-Imerman.

To commemorate the specially commissioned car, a plaque has been placed in its glovebox, with other unique features including a black ash veneer, black leather trim and two 12-inch DVD screens at the back of the vehicle.

Ian Robertson, chairman and chief executive of Rolls-Royce, said he was pleased that the 3,000th car had been taken up by a home market buyer.

Commenting upon the domestic market he added: "It remains one of the most important for the company and our London dealer in particular has been consistently ranked as one of the top three in the world since we launched the Phantom in 2003."

Other cars in the Phantom range being sold by the dealer include the Phantom Extended Wheelbase, retailing at £260,500 and the Phantom Drophead Coupe, which will cost a new buyer £260,000.


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