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Roll Royce 200EX 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 New Engine Concept The “auto-senses to hold your purse.”

The “auto-senses to hold your purse.”Roll Royce 200EX 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 New Engine Concept.
The Roll Royce usually identically with success man image but with the newest model Roll Royce 200EX, this Beside Roll Royce have same typical model and engine, this car also equipped with tools especially from ladies. Rolls Royce 200EX Concept has a feature that “auto-senses to hold your purse.” A purse pop out section of the back seat complete with wings to support the width of the purse, and as soon as it senses your purse, it automatically has a piece that slides up to give it a little squeeze and hold it in place. Twenty percent of all components are shared with BMW Group cars, including the electronics. Some of the shared chassis components come from the BMW 7 Series, but the 200EX uses Phantom-style air springs. The engine is a 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 rated 571 bhp (426 kW) with ZF 8-speed automatic transmission. This engine will allow the Ghost to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.7, and has an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph. Price of Roll Royce 200EX about £180,000.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will unveil its latest experimental car, called 200EX, at the
Geneva Motor Show on 3 March 2009.200EX is a design study for a contemporary four-door saloon and shows the direction for RR4, a new model series from Rolls-Royce due for production in 2010.
"Modern automotive engineering is a balance of creativity, innovation and application. 200EX is an opportunity to assess these new ideas", explains Helmut Riedl, Director of Engineering.100EX was the first experimental car unveiled after Rolls-Royce Motor Cars was relaunched under BMW Group ownership in 2003.Roll Royce 200EX

Following on from this success, the same group of designers and engineers has created 200EX, itself pointing the way to RR4, a new Rolls-Royce model scheduled for production in 2010. The brief for 200EX? To create a modern, lithe and dynamic Rolls-Royce that bears all the hallmarks of the great cars that have gone before it: effortless performance, unparalleled refinement, exquisite quality and confident design.
"Alluring, inviting, approachable - this car captivates with each encounter" -
Chief Designer, Ian Cameron 200EX has a dynamic edge to its styling and is noticeably less formal than previous models. Its size, style and expression broaden the appeal of the car, making it more appropriate for a wider range of circumstances.
200EX is a touring saloon with more than a little panache and perhaps more bravado than one might have expected from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.The rear-hinged coach doors give the car a natural presence and sense of theatre. Revived in 2003 on the Phantom, this signature feature lends added functionality and style to the
design. Opening through a generous 83 degrees, the coach doors offer the widest rear access in the car industry as well as providing the warmest of welcomes to those about to step inside.At the front, a pair of LED headlamps flank the latest evolution of the world's most famous grille."We wanted this to be less reminiscent of the traditional 'Parthenon' style and more like a jet intake," says Ian Cameron. The sides of the intake have been curved inwards and the vanes set back into the opening. It's a more dynamic form that moves on from the design first seen on the Phantom Drophead Coupé.The exterior of 200EX is finished in Darkest Tungsten, which contrasts with the silver satin finish applied to the bonnet and A-pillar. Seven-spoke, 20-inch wheels complete the visual impact of the exterior.

Within 200EX, Interior Designer Alan Sheppard has accomplished a contemporary atmosphere, incorporating the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars principles of fine materials and peerless comfort. The space is filled with natural light, which brings in a real sense of the outside world. However, substantial doors and a high shoulder line ensure that occupants feel cosseted and protected. In the rear, the intimate ambience of the lounge seat is emphasised by its position behind the C-pillar, heightening the sense of privacy.Naturally, the finest materials have been used. Elegant, frosted lamps and chrome door handles feature, while details include traditional violin key switches, eyeball air vents, opaque dials and refined instrumentation.Roll Royce 200EX

The interior of 200EX is finished in supple, natural grain Crème Light leather, with Cornsilk carpets and cashmere blend headliner. The featured wood veneer is Santos Palissander, chosen for its contemporary look and striking grain."200EX is a modern execution of timeless Rolls-Royce elegance, breaking with some areas of tradition but retaining the core values that make our marque unique," says Chief Executive Officer Tom Purves. "We expect the more informal, agile design to broaden the appeal of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, attracting people who appreciate its fusion of refinement, new technology and contemporary style."