New Rolls-Royce Phantom Not Expected Before 2020

If you were looking to cop a used one soon, put those plans on hold.

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The Rolls-Royce Phantom first hit the streets in 2003 and has remained relatively untouched, with the exception of a slight tweaking last year. An ordinary car would have seen a complete overhaul in the ten years the Phantom has been on the road, but we all know this Rolls is no ordinary car. With a life “expectancy” that is closer to 17 years don’t anticipate a new Phantom popping up in your favorite rapper’s video before 2020.

[Shout-out to Carscoops!]