Here's how Ares Modena customized the famous Rolls-Royce model
In a market where exclusivity is reigns supreme, the Italian company has redefined the canons of automotive luxury by transforming the Phantom into a two-door coupe. The design team, through skillful downsizing of proportions, has given the vehicle a sleeker, more dynamic appearance.
Available in two colors
Available in two colors, black and white, each speciment of the Coupé is distinguished by rose gold details on the engine hood and windshield frame, a touch of sophistication that underscores its uniqueness.
Not neglecting the technical aspect, Ares Modena equipped the Ares Coupe with 24-inch wheels and 10-inch forged rims, optimized to support the rear-wheel drive of the 2.6-ton sedan. This choice highlights a perfect balance between technological advancement, superlative quality and craftsmanship.
Inside, the Italian coachbuilder has created an environment that reflects the ultimate in luxury and customization. The transformation to coupe required a complete redesign of the interior, with new panels and seats that maintain the exceptional comfort characteristic of the luxurious Rolls-Royce. The use of diamond-textured embossed leather further emphasizes the exclusivity of the interior.
Ares Modena used only the highest quality materials in the construction of the Ares Coupe, with carbon fiber exterior panels, an exclusive two-tone paint job and skirts also made of carbon fiber. Every aspect of the car, from the antenna to the front seats, is customizable, making each Coupe unique and reflective of the owner’s individual preferences.
Exclusivity is further guaranteed by limited production. Each unit is made with the utmost care and precision, ensuring that Ares Modena’s legacy of creating automotive masterpieces is respected and carried on. Under the new body, the special Rolls-Royce Phantom has retained the 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, which produces 563 hp of power and 900 Nm of maximum torque. It is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. Ares Modena has created several one-offs in the past, including the Bentley Mulsanne Coupe.