Pininfarina Hyperion Rolls Royce Unveiled (photo)

18 08 2008

The Pininfarina Hyperion — the Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe with a coach built body — has been unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concourse. Its landlord, Roland Hall, for whom, the common $412,000 car wasn’t undivided enough, has dedicated the Hyperion to the minute Andrea Pininfarina, who planned the custom carbon strength body.

Aside from the swoopy ranks, the core difference appears to be the swooptastic windscreen, which is motivated back 400mm creating space for wooden gun lockers between it and the engine bay. The facts are accepted over to the rear cruiser-like deck and the doors, which are constant lumber.

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While most of the interior carcass intact, one change to the instrumentation has full place – a watchdog has been specially designed for the Hyperion by Girard-Perregaux, and sits in the dash in an exclusive support, but can also be detached and friendly to an armlet to be shabby on the wrist.

The flag Drophead auto features a 6.75L V12 engine developing a crest yield of 453hp (338kW) and 531lb-ft (720Nm) of torque, which is enough for an electronically partial top hustle of 155mph and a 0-60mph gallop of just 5.6 seconds. No main mechanical changes have been installed for the Hyperion.



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