The luxury carmaker’s new version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom has been described as “a powerful statement of design, engineering and bespoke expertise” by Peter Schwarzenbauer, chairman of Rolls-Royce and BMW Group board member.

The new Phantom has several technological features, including an alertness assistant, four-camera system with panoramic view, all-round visibility (including helicopter view), night vision and vision assist, active cruise control, collision warning, pedestrian warning, cross-traffic warning, a 7×3 high-resolution head-up display, Wi-Fi hotspot and the latest navigation and entertainment systems.

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Under the hood, the car boasts a host of other technological advances, including a new V12 Phantom engine which has dual turbo chargers that contribute to a low-end torque output of 900 Nm at an incredibly low 1 700 rpm while also delivering 563 bhp or 420 kW of power.

Click on the thumbnails below to see images of the updated Phantom

Images and video: Rolls-Royce