2001 Rolls-Royce Park Ward Seraph

The long-wheelbase Park Ward version of the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph made its debut in 2000 at the Geneva Motor Show. It was the first 12-cylinder Rolls-Royce since the Phantom III, and was intended for clients who required a chauffeur driven automobile. Its length was extended by 10 inches, with eight of those inches in the front and two at the rear. The interior accruements included cocktail accessories, a fitted wine cooler, and color-matched umbrellas in the trunk. Produced for just two years, a total of 124 examples were sold. The U.S. versions had a base price of nearly $260,000.


by Daniel Vaughan | Aug 2019

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Developed with help from the BMW Group and powered by a 5.4-liter BMW V12 engine, the Seraph was a far more modern car with up-to-the minute electronics controlling the adaptive ride control, five-speed automatic transmission and a plethora of safety equipment. Body stiffness was said to have improved by 65 producing a better ride, handling and increased drivability. The long wheelbase version....
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Saloon

The Park Ward was a special-order long wheelbase variant of the Silver Seraph. It is ten inches longer than the Seraph, giving it extremely luxurious, yet modern proportions. It is powered by a 5.4-liter V12 engine which powers the wheels through a 5....[continue reading]

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$9,300-$259,900
2001 Park Ward Seraph
$259,900-$359,995
2001 Rolls-Royce Park Ward Seraph Base Price : $259,900

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