2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe

Progressive Motorsports llc
Phone: 281.893.1134
14037 Stuebner Airline Rd, Houston TX 77069


Ext Color Black Engine 6.7L 453.0hp
Int Color Tan VIN SCA682D51BUX16641
Mileage 4515 Transmission Automatic
Body Style Convertible Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
Stock ID PM6641 Doors 2 Doors
Fuel Gas    

Standard Equipment


6.75L 48-valve V12 engine w/direct injection & variable valve timing
6-speed ZF automatic transmission -inc: mode select
Rear wheel drive
Variable assist pwr rack & pinion steering


Stainless steel Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament (2009)
Painted front & rear bumpers
Bi-xenon projector beam headlights w/delay auto-off & dusk sensor
Headlight washers
Dual pwr-folding body-color heated pwr-adjustable mirrors
Intermittent auto wipers w/rain sensor


Harman/kardon AM/FM audio system w/CD player, 6-disc remote changer -inc: diversity antenna, satellite radio, MP3 capability, (15) speakers
Front entertainment display screen
Navigation system -inc: voice control
Rolls Royce Assist telematics service -inc: location-based automatic collision notification, direction services, emergency response, roadside assistance


Leather rear fixed bench seat
Front & rear center armrests
Floor console
Instrumentation w/external temp, trip computer, compass, tire pressure indicator, service interval, clock
Cruise control
Pwr trunk/hatch pull-down
Remote trunk/hatch release
Front & rear pwr windows w/one-touch control
Anti-theft alarm w/engine immobilizer
Front & rear parking sensors
Air conditioning w/dual zone auto climate control -inc: micro filter, active carbon filter
Rear window defogger
Front fixed & rear cup holders
Auto-dimming rearview mirror
Front/rear cigar lighters -inc: ashtrays
Illuminated driver & front passenger vanity mirrors
Courtesy lights w/delayed fade
Front reading lights


Active pwr height-adjustable front head restraints
Dual height-adjustable rear head restraints
3-point seat belts for all positions
Stability control
Daytime running lights


The 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is a four-seat ultraluxury convertible with two rear-hinged doors.

Everything you'd expect from a luxury car is standard, along with 21-inch wheels, run-flat tires, an adjustable air suspension, power-closing doors, bi-xenon headlights, LED running lights, a two-piece "picnic" trunk lid, a five-layer convertible soft top, parking sensors, front and rear heated seats, power front seats, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering column, memory functions and multizone climate control. Electronic features includes Rolls-Royce emergency telematics, keyless ignition/entry, voice commands, Bluetooth, a navigation system and a 15-speaker Lexicon surround-sound stereo with an in-dash single-CD player, in-glovebox six-CD changer, an auxiliary audio jack and satellite radio with a lifetime subscription. The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is powered by a 6.7-liter V12 that produces 453 horsepower and 531 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission sends that massive power to the rear wheels. Rolls-Royce estimates that the Drophead will go from zero to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds. Fuel economy is likely to be better than your yacht's.

Believe it or not, the 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe has a pretty nice interior. Almost every surface is adorned in beautifully crafted veneer, shiny chrome, soft cashmere or the sumptuous hides of Bavarian cattle. The dashboard has so much wood on it that you might mistake it for a clothes bureau. The driver is greeted by classically simple gauges and a minimalist control panel. The climate controls are mounted a little low on the dash, however, and consist of strange thumb wheels instead of dials or buttons with a digital display. More complex functions like the navigation system are managed by an interface similar to BMW's iDrive system, with the trademark mouselike controller hiding inside the center console when not in use and the LCD screen disappearing behind the classic analog clock.

Thanks to the rear-hinged "coach" doors, ingress and egress are far easier than in traditional coupes. The doors are impressively large and quite heavy, though one doesn't have to yank them shut, as they are power-operated. Although not nearly as spacious as the Phantom sedan's enormous rear quarters, the Coupe's backseat still provides plenty of adult-sized comfort for hours of high-class travel.