The Rolls-Royce Corniche was a two-door luxury automobile that was designed by the same engineer who worked on the iconic Silver Shadow. The 1981 Rolls-Royce Corniche has a larger wheelbase of 120.5″, which was extended in 1979. The Corniche is the perfect balance between comfort and performance. It has a large body that weighs nearly three tons, and an interior that’s spacious despite being a two-door automobile. The car is fitted with a Bosch fuel injection system and 6.75-liter OHV V8 engine that makes the car quick, despite its large size and heavy weight. Another benefit of the ’81 Corniche is the rack-and-pinion steering, which was added in 1977. This, combined with the car’s state-of-the-art suspension designed by Citroen, makes the car safe and easy to handle. Another important factor that Rolls-Royce considered when designing the Corniche was safety. The model’s ventilated four-wheel disc brake system was one of the most advanced at the time.
Looking to purchase a classic Rolls Royce?
The Corniche was one of the most popular automobiles of the time. Its sleek design and luxurious interior make the car a shining example of British automotive engineering. If you are interested in adding this elegant automobile to your collection, give the professionals at the Beverly Hills Car Club a call. They are happy to help you find a 1981 Rolls-Royce Corniche in a convertible or coupe that is in a good condition.
The team at the Beverly Hills Car Club has many years of experience working with classic cars from across the world, including Rolls-Royce automobiles from many different eras. They are experts in their field and are happy to answer any questions that you have. The company is also happy to reach out to various collectors and restorers in their network to find you a Corniche or any other car that youve been searching for. If you are interested in learning more about getting the car youve always wanted, give them a call today!
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