What nice car will be named in honor of a French swamp? Technically the car is adequate: Rolls-Royce Camargue is the flagship of its line, equipped with an engine with a displacement of 6.75 liters and packed with air conditioning, wood and leather. Worth 150,000 dollars. But the design is a complete parody: except corporate grille in Rolls-Royce Camargue nothing nice. Headlights if they were stolen from a truck, and behind like a cheap small car.
With a 3048 mm wheelbase, the Camargue was the first Rolls-Royce automobile to be designed to metric dimensions, and was the first Rolls-Royce to feature an inclined rather than perfectly vertical grille; the Camargue’s grille was slanted at an inclined angle of seven degrees.
Several of the cars have since been modified into convertibles by after-market customizers.
The car was sold in very limited numbers in European, American, Canadian, Australian and Asian markets.