If a standard Rolls-Royce Phantom doesn’t quite do the job for those that want to be chauffeured around, the British marque offers the car in extended-wheelbase form and with the special ‘privacy suite’. This Phantom recently delivered to a customer Hong Kong features both.
The most obvious distinction between a typical Phantom and one optioned with the privacy suite is the inclusion of a panel and a sheet of electrochromatic glass that divides the front and rear sections of the cabin. At the touch of a button, this glass can be adjusted from clear to opaque and means rear-seat passengers can enjoy their privacy whenever they want to.
In addition to this, the privacy suite includes a special sound insulation compound. Thus, if a passenger at the rear wants to communicate with those up front, they have to use an intercom system.
Phantoms can also be made perfect for passenger comfort with the available long-wheelbase which massively improves space at the rear. The Phantom pictured features an interior bathed in white and purple leather which looks better than it sounds.
Adding to the luxury of this Phantom are two large entertainment monitors, the ever-popular Starlight headliner, and a number of wooden accents. The rear even has privacy curtains if those at the rear want to enjoy total isolation.
Complementing the plush interior of this Phantom is an opulent exterior, which combines a dark purple paint with silver elements.