Rolls-Royce Phantom Tempus
Stars In The Palm of Your Hand
Rolls-Royce is undoubtedly one of the icons of the luxury car segment, Starlight Headliner is undoubtedly one of the most attractive features. The British carmaker offers endless possibilities for customization for the Headliner, which, so to speak, creates the illusion of a nesting sky. As is customary with the carmaker, year after year pushes its limits of uniqueness to a whole new level. Heavenly ode in the new Phantom Tempus collection. The limited-edition flagship sedan is inspired by the infinite nature of space. "The Phantom Tempus is a car for those who shape the world as they search for their place in space.
I understand that whatever individual gifts, talents, and opportunities we have, we are given time - and it is up to us to make the most of every moment, "said Rolls-Royce Chief Torsten Müller-Ötvös. Most of the special changes adopted in the Tempus collection are The headliner's unique theme is inspired by a pulsating astronomical phenomenon: pulsars are spherical compact objects in space that often look like twinkling stars and emit electromagnetic radiation in extremely regular pulses.
Rolls-Royce designers also projected the entire theme onto the dashboard from which they created artwork with astronomy. The "Frozen Flow of Time" gallery is made of a single aluminum blank in which 100 individual columns have been milled, representing a period of 100 million years of rotation of the pulsar star's rotation. Rolls-Royce also deliberately left out the clock to "signify the freedom of patrons from time and their limitations." Outside, the limited-edition looks very inconspicuous due to a new color called Kairos Blue, created exclusively for Tempus. The collection. blue mica flakes that shine like stars in the sky, mechanically identical to the standard Rolls-Royce Phant, powered by a 6-liter V12 twin-turbocharged V12 engine with 563 horsepower and 664 pounds of torque, the Rolls-Royce will only build 20 examples of Phantom Tempus and for all of them has already been said.