* 1st paragraph:
Introduction to the world of Rolls Royce
* 2nd paragraph:
Popular Rolls Royce Models – Phantom
* 3rd paragraph:
Approach to the Phantom
* 4th paragraph:
About the Rolls Royce Ghost.
* 5th paragraph:
Future of Rolls Royce
Driving at speeds of 250 km/h in a top of its kind car is indescribable. Or you could cruise by the country side in the back seat with a chauffeur on the steering wheel. Anyhow driving in a Rolls Royce is out of this world. Rolls Royce was founded in 1904 by Charles Rolls. Since then, Rolls Royce has designed beautiful and elegant cars without compromising the power which they are very well known for. Some of the many models designed by Rolls Royce are the Phantom and Ghost. When considering a Rolls-Royce car it is usual to think of wood, leather and chrome, but the company has its roots in engineering. The refinement of its end product stems from its engineers' desire to get the smallest details correct. Long before the interior items are prepared, experts are working to ensure that the chassis components, power trains and bodywork are operating in fluid harmony. This is a world where welds are an art form and craftsmanship exists at a nano level. III. Popular Rolls Royce Model
The Phantom is one of the most known Rolls Royces in the entire world. When Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled the Rolls-Royce Phantom in 2003, it heralded a new age for the marquee, proudly reclaiming its position at the forefront of automotive design and engineering. Working to the maxim of company founder Sir Henry Royce - "Strive for perfection in everything you do" - the design and engineering teams spent four years developing this breakthrough model. Using the most advanced technology, whilst drawing inspiration from the company's rich heritage, their goal was clear-cut: to develop a 21st century Rolls-Royce that would...
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