Lot 49


2010 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe


$140,000 - $180,000



Car Highlights

Showing Less than 14,300 Miles
Elegant Color Combination of Diamond Black Metallic over Seashell Leather
Features Teak Tonneau and Brushed Stainless Steel Hood Panels
One of the Most Opulent Open Rolls-Royces of All Time
Perhaps the Perfect Combination of Performance and Luxury
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Garth Hammers

Upon its debut in 2003, the Phantom model moved the Rolls-Royce company boldly into the 21st century. The Phantom’s imposing scale and grandeur retained the model’s time-honored proportions while achieving a thoroughly modern design. Yet for Rolls-Royce, living up to the “Best Car in the World” moniker presents a constant and ever evolving challenge. In 2007, a drophead coupe variant debuted on the Phantom platform and drew heavily from the design of the lauded Rolls-Royce 100EX concept car. The V-12 powerplant is rated at 453 hp at 5,300 rpm, and its 5.3-second 0–60 time and 150 mph top speed belie the Drophead Coupe’s nearly 5,900-pound curb weight.

This Phantom Drophead Coupe from 2010 was originally specified in Diamond Black Metallic over a Seashell leather interior, which is dramatically accented by Piano Black wood veneer panels. Rolls-Royce firsts, the opulent teak decking comprises the power folding top’s hard tonneau, which was inspired by the J-Class sailing yachts of the 1930s, and the rear fascia of the trunk was engineered to lower, creating ideal seating for a champagne picnic.

The Rolls-Royce has been maintained in the motor pool of the consignor’s Florida and New Hampshire estates since 2015, and showed a scant 14,333 miles at the time of cataloguing. A major service, performed in late 2017, saw attention to the charging, cooling, and braking systems. It is offered with its tools, battery tender, a tire inflator, and twin umbrellas, which reside within its front fenders. Opulent in every way, this elegantly appointed open-top Phantom stands ready to ensconce its next owner with luxury beyond compare.