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At the end of July, ‘The Great Eight Phantoms’, a Rolls-Royce Exhibition, will gather together the greatest Rolls-Royce Phantoms from the last 92 years in Mayfair, London. The Rolls-Royce Exhibition will welcome the next generation of this most celebrated luxury item. Over the next eight weeks, Rolls-Royce will announce which great Phantoms will journey to London from around the world, telling the stories of these Rolls-Royce motor cars and the historical events they witnessed. The first story will chronicle ‘The Fred Astaire Rolls-Royce Phantom I’.

‘The Great Eight Rolls-Royce Phantoms’

From its debut in 1925, a Rolls-Royce Phantom has stood as witness to history’s most defining moments, from treaty signings to occasions of state and the events that have defined the world we live in today.

The conveyance of choice for the world’s most influential and powerful men and women for 92 years, Rolls-Royce Phantom has stood as a sentinel, silently witnessing moments as significant as The Beatles collecting their honours at Buckingham Palace, Field-Marshal Montgomery driving Churchill and Eisenhower, and numerous global superstars collecting their Oscars.

Rolls-Royce Phantom's standing as the longest existing nameplate in the world of motoring is testament to Phantom’s enduring importance to every generation’s leaders, from heads of state to generals, royalty to rock stars, stars of the silver screen to titans of industry.

To celebrate this unprecedented Rolls-Royce legacy – a history still very much being written – Rolls-Royce will bring together the most famous examples of all seven previous generations of Phantom at ‘The Great Eight Phantoms’ Exhibition from 27 July 2017.

Rolls-Royce Phantoms that have been owned by the great and the good will return from around the globe to
Rolls-Royce’s spiritual home in Mayfair, London – the global home of luxury – for this never to be repeated event, which will welcome the arrival of the eighth and most modern generation of ‘The Best Car in the World’, the new Rolls-Royce Phantom 2018.

In a series of updates over the next eight weeks, Rolls-Royce will reveal which famous Rolls-Royce Phantoms will travel to London for the Exhibition, an occasion that promises to write yet another chapter in Phantom’s remarkable history.

The first of these iconic Rolls-Royce stories is about ‘The Fred Astaire Phantom I’, which is loaned to the Exhibition by its owner, the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles.

Rolls-Royce Phantom – ‘The Best Car in the World’
The long-running Rolls-Royce Phantom VI (1968-90) carried on the royal connection, notably with the Rolls-Royce Silver Jubilee Car, a raised-roof version presented to Queen Elizabeth II in 1977 by the British motor industry to celebrate her 25 years on the throne, and later famously used at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

In 2003, a watching world was greeted with Rolls-Royce Phantom VII, a glowing affirmation of the start of Rolls-Royce’s renaissance at his new home in Goodwood, West Sussex. It was sharply contemporary yet timeless in the manner in which it deftly retained Rolls-Royce Phantom’s characteristic aesthetic. Built at the Home of Rolls-Royce. an all-new, state-of-the-art center of excellence, it arrived with a 453bhp 6.75-litre V12 – enough to propel it from 0-62mph in 5.9 seconds – and every possible comfort a new breed of discerning luxury consumer could desire. Exquisite detail right down to the Rolls-Royce's Teflon-coated umbrellas and self-righting RR wheel-centres, left a curious public in no doubt the marque was in safe hands.

Production of the Rolls-Royce Phantom VII ceased thirteen years later at the end of 2016.

‘The Great Eight Phantoms’, a Rolls-Royce Exhibition, will be the first time that this exceptional group of truly iconic luxury motoring pieces will be gathered under one roof. Every Rolls-Royce Phantom is an exceptional car, but thanks to their pedigree, this particular collection will include some very singular cars indeed, all owned at some point by famous individuals, and having played their part in witnessing the making of world history.

This is such an uncommon pageant, it is no exaggeration to say we might never see the likes of it again.

‘The Great Eight Phantoms’, a Rolls-Royce Exhibition, will take place in Mayfair, London, 2017.