Spy photographers have caught the 2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe out cold-weather testing in Europe. The mule is testing for the expected facelift model due to be unveiled some time this year. It will be sold as a 2013 model with the standard Phantom, the long-wheelbase, the Coupe and the Drophead all receiving similar updates.

The test mule reveals a new set of heavily camouflaged headlights as well as a revised LED daytime running lights setup. Aside from the headlight details, it’s difficult to tell what else will be changed. Expect a series of small changes at least, perhaps also increased options for those that want to customise their Phantom.

Perhaps we will also see an upgrade for the 6.75 liter V12 engine. It currently produces 453bhp. Head over to MotorAuthority for more pictures.

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  1. This particular point of view doesn’t do justice to the car. Seen from the side (after the link) this coupe looks much better than the four doors.


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