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Rolls convertible is on the cards

ROLLS-ROYCE has confirmed it will launch a two-door, four-seat convertible in 2007, similar to the 100EX experimental car shown at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The car will be based on the Phantom, with power coming from a 6.75-litre, V12 engine.

Rolls-Royce sales and marketing director Howard Mosher said: ‘This is another milestone in the brand’s history.

‘Convertible motor cars have always played a central part in the 100-year history of Rolls-Royce and I am delighted that we can take this tradition forward with a cutting-edge, 21st-century design.’

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