|Le Tour’s latest chauffeur car additions to its London fleet is the Rolls-Royce Phantom motor car, the ultimate in executive luxury chauffeured car travel. Whether business, VIP or pleasure usage, Le Tour Chauffeur car hire London strives to deliver the utmost in chauffeuring flexibility, comfort, safety and style for our clients. Discretion, quality and efficiency are the cornerstones of our approach.A Rolls-Royce Phantom is more than just a motor car, it is an ‘experience’. The first journey in the Rolls-Royce Phantom is one of those pleasures never to be forgotten. It’s an experience to be enjoyed on every sensory level, there is nothing quite like a Rolls-Royce Phantom. The moment your chauffeur opens the coach doors to step inside a Rolls-Royce Phantom you know the experience will be unique.|
For a more intimate environment, passengers can select the lounge seat with curved sides and a fold-away armrest. This allows passengers to turn towards each other on a journey, making it more comfortable and easier to converse. Alternatively you can be seated in individual seats that are separated by a centre console that houses the Rolls Royce Phantom’s entertainment system.
|Once seated you will notice the seating of the Rolls Royce Phantom is positioned far back in the body, alongside the rear pillar, set back from the chauffeur offering greater privacy than in most modern-day vehicles. This profound different experience is further enhanced by the simple push of a button, which will close the doors remotely – a small detail ensuring your safety and privacy in your secluded retreat.Of course the Rolls-Royce Phantom is to be enjoyed on a sensual level too. Only the finest materials can be found inside the Rolls-Royce Phantom, guaranteeing the highest level of comfort imaginable. The hides used to trim the Phantom are the softest used in the automotive industry and feel closer to the leather of a fine garment.|
Quality materials feature elsewhere, too. The deep pile carpets are covered with luxurious lambswool rugs. The headlining uses a wool/cashmere blend while metal surfaces have either ahigh gloss sterling or a subtle satin finish.