🏎️ Rolls Royce Silver Seraph
📍 United Kingdom
🛠️ V12 490NM 326HP
💨 7,6 seconds
🔝 225km/h
💶 No longer on sale

What is it?

The Silver Seraph is an ultra-luxury sedan, as well as the latest Rolls-Royce produced in collaboration with Bentley. Produced in just 1570 units, the Silver Seraph was introduced in 1998 as a successor to both the Silver Spirit and the Silver Spur. Production ended in 2002, a few months before its successor, the Phantom, was introduced.


A Bently Arnage. The Arnage and the Silver Seraph are very similar.

With dimensions of 5,39 x 1,93 meters and a dry weight of 2300 kilograms, the Silver Seraph is an imposing car with a regal aesthetic. Among the hallmarks of the brand are the massive grille and the arrangement of the lights typical of a presidential car. The interior can be adorned with various fine qualities of wood and leather that cover the entire dashboard. Most of the controls are analog. In general, the aesthetics are very similar to that of the Bentley Arnage.


The Silver Seraph shares the entirety of its body and most of the rest of the mechanics with the Bentley Arnage. The Silver Seraph is powered by a 326HP 5.4 V12 engine of BMW origin, thanks to which it accelerates from 0 to 100 in 7,6 seconds and reaches a top speed of 225km/h. The very high displacement of the engine has led to a poor consumption/power ratio. The type of gearbox available is only one: 5-speed manual.

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