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Rolls-Royce Corniche

Summarization of Rolls-Royce Corniche:

Rolls-Royce Corniche have only one modification of doors quantity:2.
Minimum width of this car is 80.7 mm. in 2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2002), and maximum is 81 in 2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2001)
Option 2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2001) have min height 58. Option 2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2002) have max height 58.1mm.
Car length is 212.8 mm.
Years production:2001 - 2002
Price deppend on modification from 359990$ (2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2001)) to 363990$ (2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2002))
Rolls-Royce Corniche was equipped with only one option of the engine with 8 cylinders.
clearance of this car is 0 mm.

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Rolls-Royce Corniche

Rolls-Royce Corniche information:

Rolls-Royce Corniche

Introduction

The Rolls-Royce Corniche is a two-entryway, four-seater extravagance auto with a cabriolet body, made in the United Kingdom from 2000 to 2002. Rolls-Royce's leader auto, it was the fifth model to manage the Corniche name on its introduction in January 2000. At the time of its discharge, it was the most costly vehicle offered by Rolls-Royce, with a base cost of US$359,900. Styling signals were taken from the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph car, yet it imparts little mechanically to that BMW-engine auto. Rather, the Corniche's body was situated onto the more established stage utilized for the likewise styled Bentley Azure, making it the first and final Rolls-Royce plunged from a Bentley instead of the other path around. Moves Royce and individual British extravagance marque Bentley are as of now sister marks inside the same organization, and the Corniche originates from the same outline utilized for the Bentley Azure convertible and Continental R car. Rolls and Bentley will have a place with new families beginning in 2003, when BMW accept all rights to the Rolls-Royce name and Volkswagen assumes control over the Bentley brand. The Corniche was the main new Rolls-Royce created under Volkswagen's possession, before the marque was gone to BMW in 2003. All Corniches were totally hand-manufactured. The auto was viewed as a somewhat gentler, and significantly more restrictive, variant of the Bentley Azure.

 Rolls Royce Corniche

The last Rolls-Royce Corniche moved off the mechanical production system on August 30, 2002. This was the last Rolls-Royce to be made at the Crewe plant before it was turned over completely to the creation of Bentley models. Just 374 fifth-era Corniches were ever constructed.

Models and Features

Rolls Royce started the production of Corniche with the idea in mind to launch the variants of the model Silver Shadow from 1966 to 1971 and the name coupe was given for the first time. This model was launched in London for the first time and it was more intended to continue as a variant of Silver Shadow.  The interesting fact about Corniche is that it was also sold as a Bentley for few years but it was known as Continental later.

The fifth arrangement to tolerate the Corniche name made its introduction in January 2000. At the time of its discharge, it was the most costly vehicle offered by Rolls-Royce, with a base cost of US $359,900. Its creation was finished in 2001, as Bentley turned into a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG and preceded with assembling in Crewe while Rolls-Royce got to be exclusively possessed by BMW, fabricating in another processing plant constructed by BMW.

Options and Packages

With the conventional, stately styling anticipated from Rolls, the two-entryway Corniche is 213 inches in length two inches shorter than the Lincoln Town car. In an alternate bow to custom, Rolls mounts whitewall tires on the 17-inch composite wheels as standard gear.

The fabric top can be exceptionally requested to match or differentiation the body color, and it stows underneath a flush-fitting, force worked chrome cover behind the seats.

Connolly calfskin — the same kind utilized as a part of the House of Lords — covers the furniture in the four-seat Corniche. The force front can seats have four-position memory settings, and the eight-speaker sound framework permits remote control by the back travelers. Indeed with front can situates, the transmission lever mounts on the guiding segment rather than the floor.

The Corniche came furnished with each extravagance and refinement normal for a Rolls-Royce. The auto has a Connolly Leather inside, Wilton fleece rugs, chrome gages and a wide decision of outlandish wood trims. Double programmed temperature control, a six-plate CD changer; programmed headlamps and programmed ride controls are standard.

This specific auto is the one and only of the six completed in dark outer surface paint and delicate top with tan cowhide and dark funneling. RR hand sewed logos were utilized on the headrests and this specific auto was given the eminent Amboyna burl wood, said to be approximately fifteen times more costly than normal burl and typically discovered just in little pieces. Rather the car is actually showered in this outlandish wood.

No GPS route, excursion machine, or other electronic gewgaws, simply the feeling of being in an extraordinary spot. Driver and traveler room is liberal, too it ought to be, however headroom in the over (with the top up, natch) is to a degree constrained.

Rolls Royce Corniche

Under the Hood

The Corniche accompanies a 400-pull 6.7-liter turbocharged V-8, the same motor utilized as a part of the comparable Bentley Azure convertible, and a four-pace programmed transmission. Non-freezing stopping devices, footing control and programmed ride control are standard.

The 2000-2002 Corniche is controlled by a 325 hp (240 kW) 6.75 L turbocharged V8. The Corniche's motor is equipped for giving 738 N.m (544 lb.ft) of torque at 2,100 rpm. The auto is worked by means of a four-rate programmed transmission. It has a top pace of 135 mph (215 km/h) and a 0-60 mph speeding up time of eight seconds. The convertible, weighing 6,836 lb (3,101 kg), was assembled more for solace than for speed.

Fuel Economy

The EPA rates the auto at 12.6 mpg city and 20.4 mpg highway. The ignition is on the left and a snappy turn brings the enormous 6.75-liter V-8 to life, with a sound much like that of an exemplary V-8 GM engine.

 Safety Ratings and Technology

The vehicle is furnished with a method for envisioning and/or identifying undesirable vehicle interruption. The vehicle is outfitted with an ignition impair gadget that will keep the motor from beginning if the right unique maker key is not utilized. Front-sway airbags for the driver and traveler have been intended to secure the head amid a frontal accident. Seatbelt pretensions naturally tighten seatbelts to place the tenant in the ideal seating position amid a crash. ABS brakes naturally sense when a tire has quit turning under compelling braking, and will tweak the brake weight to permit the tire to turn. This expands the vehicles capacity to turn while braking.

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Rolls-Royce Corniche modifications:

All Rolls-Royce Corniche years
modification price cylinder wheels doors width x length x height clearance

2dr Convertible (6.8L 8cyl Turbo 4A) (2001 - 2002)

363,990$ 8 rear wheel drive 2 80.7 x 212.8 x 58.1