Unique partnership between Rolls-Royce and Pininfarina produced the Camargue, built at Mulliner Park Ward on Silver Shadow's floorpan and running gear. Style was controversial, not liked by some. Camargue was the first Rolls-Royce to use split-level air-conditioning (now on all current cars), and most have four-barrel Solex carbs to boost the (unstated) power output. Less graceful than the Corniche and no more roomy, but more expensive to buy. Like all such cars, ludicrously costly to run.

Technical Specifications
see Roll-Royce silver shadow
Front engine, rear-wheel drive
Production dates
1975 to 1985
Number produced
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