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ROLLS-ROYCE Silver Spur   1995 1998
1995 1998

The long-wheelbase version of the Rolls Royce Silver Spirit was the Silver Spur, which the British carmaker introduced in 1980 and improved in 1995.
When Rolls-Royce introduced the Silver Spur, it was the most luxurious car globally. Its silver statue on the radiator needed no introduction in high-class circles, and it was a vehicle designed to fulfill the most expensive tastes. If something was not on the offer, the British company’s bespoke department tried its best to offer what the customer ordered if it wasn’t against Rolls-Royce’s guidelines. The company had to adapt and improve its flagship model in 1995. It was more than just a facelift.

The car’s front featured the same vertical radiator grille, with its design inspired by the Greek Parthenon. Its chromed metallic bumper sported black rubber strips to comply with the safety regulations. While other carmakers complained about that element because it was not very handsome, the Rolls-Royce design department found a way to fit it nicely into the car’s overall shape. From its sides, the extended rear doors looked more elegant with their slightly upward beltline than the regular Silver Spirit. While its former siblings showed Mark I, Mark II, and Mark III, respectively, badges, the 1995 version didn’t have any Mark IV plaque.

Like any Rolls-Royce from its times, it featured a leather-clad interior and wood-veneers on the dashboard, door panels, center stack, and center console. Unlike its predecessors, it featured a dual-airbag system, which was a new safety system. It wasn’t mandatory at that time, but Rolls-Royce placed it anyway. To improve the interior comfort, it offered heated rear seats as an option.

Under the hood, the carmaker installed the same hand-built 6.75-liter V-8 engine, paired to a four-speed automatic transmission supplied by GM.

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