The 2012 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe contains a comprehensive list of safety features, including: as stability and traction control, several airbags throughout the cabin (including backseat side curtain airbags), a security system with vehicle tracking, brake assist, and antilock brakes. It has not been tested by the IIHS or NHTSA because of its low production numbers, but with its all steel-body and plentiful features, we believe, after review, it would receive excellent ratings.
The Phantom Coupe is very powerful, even though it's also a very family-friendly vehicle. It features a powerful 6.8-liter V12 engine that produces 453 horsepower and works in conjunction with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Coupe has a top track speed around 155 mph and reaches zero-to-sixty in about 5.6 seconds.
The 2012 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe is luxurious inside and out. Its interior is beautifully-crafted with chrome, leather, and wood accents. Notable cabin features include available Rolls-Royce stitching in the head restraints, a leather dashboard and leather-wrapped steering wheel, a premium fifteen-speaker audio system featuring two subwoofers under the seats, heated seats, a choice between twelve leather color seat options, and a touchscreen navigation system. Its exterior features a unique picnic trunk that lowers to seat two, stainless-steel and aluminum accents, rear-hinged doors, and massive 21-inch wheels.
The Phantom Coupe is the most driver-oriented model in the Phantom lineup this year. It combines the Phantom's classic proportions and powerful presence with luxurious, iconic Rolls-Royce styling. It's also a family-friendly luxury coupe, with roomy and comfortable seating for up to four passengers.
Like most Rolls-Royce vehicles, the 2012 Phantom Coupe is highly customizable. However, if you're looking to include a lot of extra options and unique features, you can easily up its already high $408-thousand price tag.