Rolls-Royce is known for one thing: Producing the most elegant and well-trimmed vehicles.

It's pretty hard to argue against the company's claim that it builds the best autos on Earth.

That's because they're so much more beyond what anyone would or could expect from a car.

But there's just one thing: The Phantom is at the end of its lifecycle. The Zenith Edition marks the end of a very long lifespan. Over the past six or so months we've spied test vehicles undergoing research and development, but it appears the all-new body and interior have been seen for the first time.

The first thing you'll note is that it looks exceptionally huge. While it could just be the camouflage, it looks akin to a freight train. You'll note it's all-new proportions and modified details — please note its headlights, taillights, rear windows, massive C-Pillar and quad-tipped exhaust.

The second thing you'll take note of is its interior. While it is largely dressed up so we can't see the fine details, it's obvious that there will be two large TFT displays a la the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and that its HVAC system will be relocated lower on the center stack. Also, please behold the iDrive controller that appears to be stowable in the center console like the current-gen Phantom.

Make sure to check out the FULL collection of spy shots by clicking "Read Article," and then let us know what you think of the next-gen Roller in the comments below. Is it coming along or does the latest pics make it seem unappealing to you?

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SPIED: The Next-Gen, Big Daddy Rolls-Royce Has Been Spotted INSIDE And OUT — What Do YOU Make Of It?

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