Rolls Royce Camargue Coupe (1976)
Styled by Pininfarina of Italy, the Camargue was launched in 1975 to a mixture of awe and disbelief. Was this audaciously styled car, its lines reminiscent of the Continental sports saloons of the past, really worth almost twice as much as the Silver Shadow on which it was based? The company\'s flagship, the Camargue was priced at 50 percent above the Corniche and, like the latter, used an up-rated version of Rolls-Royce\'s dependable, 6,750cc pushrod V8 engine. In keeping with tradition the power output remained undisclosed, but most testers reported a healthy improvement in acceleration above 70mph and a top speed in excess of 120mph.
|Registration no:||OJF 425P|
|Engine:||6,750cc V8 engine|