Is The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe A Driver’s Car?

Luxury

This Rolls apparently ISN’T for chauffeuring.

Rolls-Royce is famous for making the most luxurious cars on the market. Insanely high prices and low production numbers mean the cars are almost exclusively owned by celebrities, sports stars, CEOs, oil sheikhs and even kings. The Ghost and Phantom certainly aren’t sports sedans—they specialize in a smooth ride and rear seat comfort. This video review says that one Rolls is unique when it comes to being a true driver's car: The flagship Phantom Drophead Coupe that was built to be driven because it is light and quick.

Check this video out and tell us what you think. Should Rolls-Royces just be used as chauffeuring cars?

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