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Rolls-Royce has pulled the covers off the new facelifted Phantom range that includes the Saloon, Drophead Coupe and Coupe body styles. It is labeled as the Phantom Series II and features a few cosmetic updates to distinguish itself from the Phantom that was initially launched in 2003.

The front end has taken a trip to the stylists and features redesigned bumpers and a new set of full LED headlights. The latter of these changes also incorporates electronically-controlled reflectors that focus the beam of the lights in the direction of travel.

Inside the cabin, the dashboard gets a larger 8.8-inch control center that has been enhanced with 3D maps with landscape topography, guided tours and enhanced points of interest. It also displays the front, rear and top-view camera views to help when parking.

A brand new 8-speed automatic gearbox and rear differential now works with the 6.75 liter V12 engine that has improved fuel consumption by 10 percent as well as knock down emissions from 388g/km to 347g/km.

Full details are available in the press release below.

Gallery: Rolls Royce Phantom Series II unveiled in Geneva with new facelift

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