Driving the Rolls Royce Phantom
There are a few things than can make you nervous when driving a million dollar car. Obviously the first thing is your own driving, making sure every move and turn is slow and precise. With the extended wheelbase and the sheer weight of this machine, a lot of focus is required to make sure you stay within the lanes and brake with a safe distance. The Phantom does its part, with very responsive power steering and brakes.
The first thing you notice out your windscreen is the bonnet of the car. While most cars have a tapered bonnet, the Rolls is square, extending out in front of your vision like a steely black battering ram. You feel like you are driving something more powerful than a car, more like a tank.