For months now we have been hearing about a new Rolls-Royce model that would be a smaller version of the Phantom. The car was originally referred to as the “RR4” will make its debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show. Rolls-Royce is still considering a name for the production version of the vehicle but at the moment the car will be titled the “200 EX”. Much more pictures below. Continue reading Rolls-Royce 200EX Concept Will Debut At Geneva Motor Show
Rolls Royce has been working on a new entry level model that will be launched in 2010. The new model will be called the RR4 and Rolls-Royce is trying to double the number of vehicles that will be made for the model. They plan on only building 800 models per year of the RR4. So far, they’ve only been testing it in the UK and Germany.
Rolls Royce has put together a nice piece of machinery together to the newest item of their collection. The Rolls Royce Hyperion brings back characteristics of the vintage models while combing a fresh and innovating design.
The Hyperion is a typical two seater convertible with a windscreen and special ‘cockpit’ that’s pushed back by 400 meters. The sides were designed to give it a sleek and sporty impression. The car strangely enough comes with it’s own gun rack, for easily storing your own gun for those hunting trips, that’s if your going hunting with a Rolls-Royce. A limited edition timepiece from watchmaker Girard-Perregaux will be included in all vehicles and have specially been incorporated into the vehicle. Owners will be able to detach the timepiece from the bracelet and place it in a special spot on the dashboard.
This isn’t the only vehicle Rolls-Royce has been working one. Sketches have been released of upcoming Rolls-Royce RR4 which is slated to release in 2010. Rolls-Royce CEO Ian Robertson feels confident that Roll-Royce will double in sales once the RR4 gets released. Currently sales figuresÂ sit in around 1,000 per year for Rolls-Royce.
Check out the gallery below
Continue reading The Rolls-Royce Hyperion
Rolls-Royce CEO Ian Robertson said it expects the firm to more than double in sales in 2010. Currently sales figuresÂ sit in around 1,000 per year for Rolls-Royce. The RR4 is considered to be the baby Phantom, with speculations it will share the same platform with the upcoming BMW 7-Series and weigh somewhere around 5,000 plus pounds.Â The new Rolls is expected to be priced between $250,000 and $300,000, which is considered “entry-level” for this brand.
According to Dub Daily, the picture above, is a sketch of the new Rolls-Royce RR4. The Rolls-Royce RR4 will be Rolls-Royces new entry level model. The luxury sedan will be smaller then the Phantom and will be powered by a new engine. No official release date at this moment, but it’s slated to release in 2010.