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Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph

Summarization of Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph:

Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph have only one modification of doors quantity:4.
Car width is 83.5 mm.
Car height is 59.6 mm.
Car length is 212.2 mm.
Years production:2001 - 2002
Price deppend on modification from 219900$ (4dr Sedan (5.4L 12cyl 5A) (2001)) to 229990$ (4dr Sedan (5.4L 12cyl 5A) (2002))
Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph was equipped with only one option of the engine with 12 cylinders.
clearance of this car is 0 mm.

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Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph information:

Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph

Introduction

The Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph, created from 1998 to 2002, was initially divulged on March 3, 1998 at the Geneva Motor Show. The Silver Seraph supplanted the Silver Spur, which finished creation in 1997.

Advancement of the Silver Seraph started in the late 1980s, with outline work beginning in October 1990. By April 1991, the theoretical outline was solidified and affirmed by the administration in June 1991. After a few refinements made, the conclusive configuration was arrived at in 1994. On July 28, 1995 outline licenses were documented for both the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph and Bentley Arnage using creation plan models as representations. Improvement closed after an amazing 10 years in late 1997, with pilot generation models being created into right on time 1998 bearing R396 DTU enlistment plates.

Silver Seraph

All Seraphs were hand-assembled at the Rolls-Royce plant in Crewe, England, which quit making Rolls-Royce models in 2002 however proceeded with Bentley. The auto had a base cost of £155,175 in the UK and $220,695 in the US. It was second in expense and selectiveness just to the Rolls-Royce Corniche.

A developed wheelbase form of the Silver Seraph, called just the Rolls-Royce Park Ward, was presented for the 2001 model year, having initially appeared at the 2000 Geneva Motor Show. The Park Ward (now and then called the Silver Seraph Park Ward) was developed 250 mm (10 in) in respect to the Silver Seraph. The auto's additional length was included at its front and back entryways, bringing about more extra space for travelers

Models and Features

Hubcaps on the Last of Line cars will bear the Spirit of Ecstasy image, and all badging is in red — as was the style on pre1933 models. Fastidiously definite inner parts will be trimmed in Rosewood Burr finish, one of the densest woods accessible. A couple of umbrellas in the storage compartment is intended to propose that nothing has been left to risk in the creation of  "this most grand motorcar." Underneath the hood of each one Silver Seraph — which is a close twin to the Bentley Arnage  is the same 322-drive, 5.4-liter V-12 BMW motor that is utilized as a part of the BMW 750il vehicle. The five-rate programmed transmission is likewise a BMW outline. Rolls-Royce likewise records a Park Ward limousine adaptation of the Silver Seraph that is 10 inches longer and significantly more extravagant.

Serving as discrete parts of the same organization for a long time, Rolls-Royce and Bentley hold their unique proprietorship until further notice, as creation proceeds. Yet this will change on Jan. 1, 2003, when BMW assumes control over the administration of Rolls-Royce and Volkswagen accepts responsibility for. Until then, the organization's present holders will create, offer and administration both marques around the world. Predominant ride, delicate without being at all squishy, firm without grasping fierceness. What's more the auto can stop generally as fast as it begins, because of a four-channel antilock power four-wheel plate slowing mechanism.

Options and Packages

Rolls-Royce has guaranteed that making the inner part woodwork alone for one of these hand-constructed motorcars takes practically 150 hours. All that exertion pays off in giving travelers all the smoothness they can deal with, also plentiful inner part space. Rearward sitting arrangement travelers get force situates that consequently move rearward when an entryway opens and the transmission is in Park, which makes it simpler to escape from the auto. Moves Royce and Bentley vehicles vary in outer surface subtle elements and inner part trim however extend to the same 212-inch general length and 122.7-inch wheelbase. Generally, the Silver Seraph is a couple of inches shorter than the Lincoln Town Car, while the Park Ward limousine is 10 inches longer in both measurements and has more extensive entryways. Silver Seraph purchasers get a wide decision of outer surface colors and upholstery tones. Standard hardware included computerized motor administration, versatile ride control and electronically monitored slowing mechanisms.

Everything incorporates supple Connolly calfskin seats, profound rich Wilton rugs, chromed switches, burled walnut-lacquer woodwork with perplexing decorates; a vaultlike, high-quality steel body shell; another, super-smooth, electronically controlled five-pace programmed transmission; a twofold wishbone free front and back suspension framework that hoses street and drivetrain vibrations into nothingness; and a motor that moves the auto's completely laden weight of 6,065 pounds as smoothly as though it were moving a plume. The controlling wheel is more diminutive and fatter, in keeping with persistence race autos. The shifter is short, shaped to the clench hand, and mounted on the core comfort. Instruments are simple with dark numerals on beige foundations, simply the way they were in exemplary times. The Arnage is snappier to 60 mph than the Silver Seraph and by practically a full second; runs out at 150 mph contrasted and a petty 140 mph for its cousin; and this donning Bentley rides and handles rather like an up-business sector Corvette.

Silver Seraph

Under the Hood

Manufactured by BMW, the 5.4-liter V-12 motor delivers 322 hp and groups with a BMW-supplied five-rate programmed transmission. Moves Royce asserts that notwithstanding its adequate weight, the Silver Seraph can quicken from zero to 60 mph in 7 seconds. Automated stopping devices and footing control are standard; however side-sway airbags are not accessible. Rolls Royce says pushes the vehicle to 60 mph in 7 seconds and to a top rate of 140 mph. BMW additionally supplies the five-velocity programmed transmission and footing control. Silver Seraph has something no common auto will ever have. It has force, control past the 322 drive created by its forceful V-12 motor. It has the ability to make individuals venture back, render concession, and rethink their methodology to you.

Fuel Economy

The Seraph was known for its moderately restricted speeding up and open to taking care of, in examination to the Arnage, which had a twin turbocharged V8 of its own configuration and firmer suspension. Be that as it may, the Seraph still had a top velocity of 230 km/h or 140 mph. Around 16 miles for every gallon, joined city and parkway. Assessed 315-mile extends on usable volume of fuel.

 Safety Ratings and Technology

In the event that a belted tenant passes on in a Silver Seraph crash, the accident was un survivable. The auto is fabricated like a tank and is outfitted with each possible accident security gadget. Four-Wheel ABS, adjustable upper belt, Front and Rear Seat Head Restraint. Auto-dimming rearview mirrors, Rear Center Lap/Shoulder Belt.

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Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph modifications:

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

4dr Sedan (5.4L 12cyl 5A) (2001 - 2002)

229,990$ 12 rear wheel drive 4 83.5 x 212.2 x 59.6