Rolls Royce is known for some of the world’s longest cars. However stepping away from their usual splendor they have come forth with a two-door wonder, called the Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe. It has a typical class that is carried along with every Phantom. It has a 6.75-liter engine and a power of 453 ponies with 720 Nm torque. You can hope for more from the coupe the moment you drive it but that itself will prove quite a task given that the car has been released in the Korean market. The doors are rear-hinged that allows passengers to comfortably perch themselves into the rear lounge seats.
The Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe can bring back the glory days of the Rolls Royce when all the attention was focused on luxury cars rather than speedsters. But for this one, as I said earlier, you need to head east.