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The Top Gear car review: Rolls-Royce Drophead
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
It would get windy in the back with the roof down, and rear seat room is adequate rather than gigantic, but up front this is gorgeously sumptuous. Oh and with the roof up it’s refined and quiet, a cocoon from the evil storms.
When you really poke about the cabin, there is the odd plasticky switch. But the craftsmanship of wood and leather and metal and paint is beautiful, and the underlying solidity unimpeachable. The Phantom is a banker.