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When there are two people in the room interested in purchasing an $829,000 car, Rolls-Royce should be confident that Vancouver was the right choice to host one of only two Phantom Pinnacle Travel Editions in North America. With just fifteen of this edition in the world, the Phantom Pinnacle was unveiled to party goers last night at Open Road’s showroom in Kitsilano’s Armoury District.
Inspired by luxury cross-continental trains, with a luxurious price tag to match, the Phantom is intended as a chaffeur car, emphasized by the dark velvet curtains in the rear windows. Worried you missed out last night? The only other Phantom Pinnacle in North America is currently in New York, presumably shipping is included?
Photo Credit: Todd Duncan