Model: Silver Seraph
Body Type: Four-door saloon, LHD
Body Color: Silver
Upholstery: Blue leather
Silver Seraph debuted in 1998 when Rolls-Royce Motors affiliated with BMW. Its sibling was Bentley Arnage, which took a separated path later. Mechanically, it was technically a whole new design four-door sedan after 30 years since Silver Shadow and Silver Spirit.
The power unit was a new generation V12 from BMW 7 series, 5,390 cc which output the max. 326 HP and 50.2Kg torque. With ZF 5 speed automatic transmission also from BMW coupled to record 0-100 km 7.0 seconds and the max speed 225 km/h.
A bunch of cutting edge technologies poured such as the double-wishbone/coil suspensions on both the front and rear incorporated with the electronic variable dumper and -height controls. The hydraulic servo ABS ventilated four-wheel disk brakes were also beefed up to cope with the power, came with electronic traction control.
However, this ambitious model didn’t stay in production very long. The Rolls-Royce and Bentley monocoque models like Silver Shadow and Silver Spirit were produced 15 to 20 years respectively, receiving a series of improvements, so many believed Seraph to be so but in 5 years in this time. The total production of Silver Seraph was only 1570, consequently to be a rare saloon.
Our inventory here does have a long mileage on the meter but has received a mechanical service for you to use more.
The look of Silver Seraph hints Silver Cloud but has a modern mechanism powered by the ultra-smooth V12 engine. Entirely classified as a super high-end saloon even today. Not many can be found in the used car market in Japan as well. Worth to have your inspection.