Ah yes, the new Rolls-Royce Coupe. It certainly looks like what the Queen would drive if she wasn't chauffeured everywhere, but who is this car actually for? The new Roller lacks the old world charm of the Bentley Brooklands, or a classic Facel Vega. But it's not exactly for new-money show-offs, like the Brabus McLaren SLR Roadster either. The Phantom Coupe's styling has a sort of a neo-classic feel to it, somewhat like the Morgan LifeCar; so it is handsome. But we're baffled as to who will really want to buy this. Maybe we're thinking about it too hard; after all, when some people are spending $14,300,000 on vanity plates, they can probably buy a Phantom Coupe with their lunch money.