Rolls-Royce unveiled its first all-new coupe for over three decades, the new Phantom Coupé at the 78th International Geneva Motor Show. Production of the new car will start at Goodwood in the summer of 2008. The ultra-luxurious coupe will be powered by the Phantom’s 6.75-litre V12, producing 453 Hp and 720 Nm or 531 lb-ft of torque. Check out the video from Rolls Royce Geneva Show after the jump. -Continued
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