Production Numbers: 1,234
Color Options: Acrylic White, Bleu Poure, Dusk Gray, Graphite Gray, Marlborough Brown, Vert Moyen, Vert Poure, Chestnut, Light Tudor Gray, Regal Red, Caribbean Blue, Black, Highland Green, Peacock Blue, Walnut, Horse Chestnut, Green, Ocean Blue, Ice Green, Light Oyster, Dark Oyster, Deep Ocean, Cobalt Blue, Nordic Blue, Brooklands Green, Midnight Blue, Beige
Engine Type: 6.75 L L410/L410I OHV V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Additional Stats: Reverse warning lens, redesigned instrumentation, added pattern around the license plate, new seat design
From 1971 to 1987, one of the most prominent models in the luxury car field was the Rolls-Royce Corniche, which stood as a symbol of elegance and performance in the British luxury car manufacturer’s lineup. The model, which was notable for its popularity among high-end celebrities, underwent a variety of different minor alterations across the years, until starting in 1986, the Rolls-Royce Corniche II name was applied to the line in the United States and in 1988 everywhere else. This breathed new life into the popular sixteen-year-old line, while also keeping the instant classic relevant in the popular consciousness.
The most notable change to the Rolls-Royce Corniche II, which unlike its predecessor was only available as a two-door convertible, was the implementation of anti-lock brakes, which were added in 1988. A new reverse warning lens, newly redesigned seats, revamped instrumentation, and a new pattern around the license plate were among other changes that separated the Rolls-Royce Corniche II from its previous iteration. Despite its short run, the model represented a leap forward for the Corniche name.
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