|Engine||9.0 Litre V16|
|Power||undisclosed but "adequate"|
In 2006 the 101 EX, a Grand Touring coupé prototype based on the 100EX, was presented at the Geneva International Auto Show. The 101EX shares its aluminium space frame chassis technology with the Phantom, albeit in a shortened version. The car is 9.5 inches shorter than the Phantom sedan, with a lower roofline and shallower glass area. Power comes from the Phantom's 6.75-litre V12 engine.
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