The Rolls-Royce Corniche IV debuted at the Detroit Auto Show in January of 1992. Like its predecessors, the Corniche IV came as a two-door convertible sedan. The 1993 Rolls-Royce Corniche IV was one of the last of the Corniche model years to have a body designed by coachbuilder powerhouse, Mulliner Park Ward. Unlike the Corniche II and III, which both had working parts similar to the late Corniche model years, the Corniche IV was fitted with performance upgrades. It was given a more powerful 6.75-liter turbo OHV V8 engine that boosted its power by more than 20%. The Corniche IV also switched from a three-speed transmission to a four-speed GM4L80 automatic transmission, which was praised for helping the car accelerate smoother. When it comes to looks, however, the Corniche IV looks virtually the same as its predecessor. The only major difference between the two was that the Corniche IVs back window panel was switched from plastic to glass.
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There are few automobiles that are able to capture the elegance and style of British luxury cars better than the Corniche. The 1993 Rolls-Royce Corniche IV is a rare car that was designed for performance and luxury. It had a state-of-the-art adaptive suspension that made the car a pleasure to drive.
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