Rolls-Royce releases details of 200EX concept

Rolls-Royce releases details of 200EX concept

Rolls Royce 200EX fq

Rolls-Royce has just released the official details and images of its baby Roller, the 200EX. Set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show on 3 March the 200EX is called a concept but expect to see almost every exterior and interior detail to carry over to the production model when it arrives in 2010.

The styling is quintessential Rolls, pulling all the best elements from the Phantom and Drophead Coupe and fitting them into a decidedly smaller package. Based off the latest BMW 7 series platform, the 200EX spans 212.6 inches long, 83 inches wide and 61 inches tall, with a wheelbase of 129.7 inches. A new air suspension system hides behind the seven-spoke, 20-inch wheels. Rolls-Royce is remaining quiet on the engine details, only saying that the 200EX is powered by a new V12.

Inside you’ll find all the high-class tricks that makes Rolls-Royce the standard of the luxury motoring world, including frosted lamps, chrome door handles, violin key switchgear and an ergonomic roller-ball controller to manipulate the car’s systems.

The company calls the Rolls Royce 200EX a touring saloon with “more bravado than one might have expected from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars”. The Rolls Royce 200EX will be presented in a Darkest Tungsten paint finish with 20-inch wheels and a silver satin bonnet and A-pillar.

Check back for updates from the Geneva Show next month.

Rolls Royce 200EX fq

Rolls-Royce has just released the official details and images of its baby Roller, the 200EX. Set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show on 3 March the 200EX is called a concept but expect to see almost every exterior and interior detail to carry over to the production model when it arrives in 2010.

The styling is quintessential Rolls, pulling all the best elements from the Phantom and Drophead Coupe and fitting them into a decidedly smaller package. Based off the latest BMW 7 series platform, the 200EX spans 212.6 inches long, 83 inches wide and 61 inches tall, with a wheelbase of 129.7 inches. A new air suspension system hides behind the seven-spoke, 20-inch wheels. Rolls-Royce is remaining quiet on the engine details, only saying that the 200EX is powered by a new V12.

Inside you’ll find all the high-class tricks that makes Rolls-Royce the standard of the luxury motoring world, including frosted lamps, chrome door handles, violin key switchgear and an ergonomic roller-ball controller to manipulate the car’s systems.

The company calls the Rolls Royce 200EX a touring saloon with “more bravado than one might have expected from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars”. The Rolls Royce 200EX will be presented in a Darkest Tungsten paint finish with 20-inch wheels and a silver satin bonnet and A-pillar.

Check back for updates from the Geneva Show next month.

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