Nothing says you have arrived, like the car you drive or a chauffeured in.
The luxury car segment in Nigeria is huge, there is no official statistics, but on the roads of big cities to little towns, you will find high performance cars ranging from Range Rovers to Mercedes-Benz.
If you want to make a visible statement of wealth, arriving anywhere in a Rolls Royce Phantom will turn heads.
Previously you had to go over to the UK to specify what option on your Rolls Royce you wanted while it was built for you. Now we have indigenous car dealerships that can sell you your Phantom. The Coscharis group who as far as we are aware the only authorised sellers of the brand in Nigeria www.rolls-roycemotorcars-lagos.com/
As for the price, if you have to ask you definitely can’t afford it
Rolls Royce Phantom
The Phantom is a beast of a car, if you are considering getting this, it shows that you are at pinnacle of your game; A Rolls Royce is the Patek philippe of the car world an owning one is making an unspoken statement, like nothing else does.
A Phantom is pure luxury, you can make it as bespoke as you want it’s a great drivers car, but it’s more likely you will be chauffeured so making the passenger side to mirror your personality is something you can speak to the dealer or Rolls Royce directly about.
Vehicle length 5842 mm / 230.0 inches
Vehicle width 1990 mm / 78.3 inches
Vehicle height (unloaded) 1638 mm / 64.5 inches
Wheelbase 3570 mm / 140.6 inches
unloaded weight (DIN) 2560 kg / 5644 lb
Curb weight (USA) 2649 kg / 5840 lb
Engine / cylinders / valves V / 12 / 48
Fuel management direct injection
Maximum torque @ engine speed 720 Nm / 531 lb ft @ 3500 rpm
Power output @ engine speed 453 bhp / 460 PS (DIN) / 338 kW @ 5350 rpm
Top speed 150 mph / 240 km/h (governed)
Acceleration 0-60 mph 5.7 sec
Acceleration 0-100 km/h 5.9 sec
Fuel Consumption – Exhaust Emissions Standard EU-5
Urban 22.8 ltr/100 km / 12.4 mpg (Imp.)
Extra urban 10.2 ltr/100 km / 27.7 mpg (Imp.)
Combined consumption / range 14.8 ltr/100 km / 19.1 mpg (Imp.)
CO2 emissions (combined) 347 g/km.