Recently, according to multiple media reports,
Rolls-Royce has launched the Phantom and Yaoying models, which will be discontinued in the United States after 2021. It is expected that the two models will be discontinued globally until 2023.
Rolls-Royce has stated that the two large luxury coupes, the Phantom and Yaoying, will be phased out in the next few years. The production of Phantom and Yaoying models in the United States will cease after 2021; and in the future, Rolls-Royce Focus on models such as Cullinan, Gust and Mirage.
At the same time, the Phantom and Yaoying most likely will not have next-generation models.
This means that Rolls-Royce will bid farewell to the coupe.
According to data, the Rolls-Royce Phantom made its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2013, while Yaoying was born in 2015. They are positioned as a 2-door 4-seater hardtop sports car and a 2-door 4-seater soft-top sports car.
Unlike the Phantom, Gust and Cullinan currently on sale,
the Phantom and Yaoying have been using BMW’s F01 platform so far. The models sharing this platform are also BMW’s previous generation 7-series sedan, which has been in service for more than 10 years. Years, it has been abandoned by this generation of BMW 7 Series.
In addition, Rolls-Royce also stated that due to regulatory issues, 2021 will be the last year for the production of the Phantom and Yaoying in the United States. For other parts of the world, sales will continue. It is expected that the production of the two models will continue until 2023. V#duzline #Rolls-Royce #Phantom #Yaoying