NEW YORK — As the first deliveries of the extended wheelbase Phantom are being built in Asia and the Middle East, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd. management is mulling whether to bring the stretched version to the U.S. More than 750 standard-size Phantoms have been sold here since the car became available in 2003. Only about a dozen are chauffer-driven in this market. But Asian and Middle Eastern buyers generally do not drive their Phantoms and prefer the stretched version. Stretched ...
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