Transportation designer Aldo Schurmann has virtually envisioned a sporty coupe for Rolls-Royce, named the Phantasm
Transportation designer Aldo Schurmann has virtually envisioned a sporty coupe for Rolls-Royce, named the Phantasm.
A brand known for its luxury vehicles, Rolls-Royce had never been interested in sports coupes. If that ever changes, the British brand could take a look at these renderings showing a beautiful and stylish four-seater coupe.
Currently, the Rolls-Royce Wraith is probably the most sports-oriented model of the brand. It was launched in 2013 during the Geneva Motor Show and has a V12 engine that develops 624 bhp (465 kW) and 799 Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque, connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Designed by Pavle Trpinac, the Wraith borrows its name from an old Scottish word meaning ghost or spirit. The same name was used for a 1938 model by the original Rolls-Royce company.