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The images, which are said to be taken from an online brochure, show the extended wheelbase version of the car's exterior styling. The car goes on sale globally in 2018.
The car looks largely similar to the current-gen Phantom – there are minor tweaks to the front, including a new headlight and bumper. On the inside, it’s classic Rolls-Royce, with dark wood, textured panelling, cream leather and Rolls' retro touches across the dashboard.
The car is likely to share its aluminium architecture with its Cullinan-codenamed SUV sibling. It will be powered by an updated version of the brand's 6.75-litre V12 engine or the Dawn's 6.6-litre V12.
The company will release the car’s full design on July 27, at an event celebrating the Phantom's history.
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