"During November this year, the build of the very last Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe at Goodwood will be completed," the automaker said in a statement. "These models will not be replaced."
At the same time, Rolls-Royce confirmed that a new, eighth-generation Phantom sedan is in the works. It will target the Bentley Mulsanne.
Pricing, technical specifications and launch timing on the new Phantom were not announced, although Rolls-Royce noted that it is working on an all-new aluminum platform that will underpin every new Rolls-Royce from early 2018. The future portfolio will include a new Rolls-Royce SUV.
The future Phantom will include "cutting-edge technologies and design innovations," Rolls-Royce said.
A plug-in hybrid version of the Phantom sedan is expected to be part of the lineup.
To mark the end of the Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe, Rolls-Royce will debut a special collection of 50 cars dubbed "Phantom Zenith."
"Phantom Zenith will be the sum of all the best features of Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe, with a few surprises added," said Giles Taylor, Rolls-Royce director of design, in a statement. "We expect huge demand for these 50 fine motor cars."
Features will include a "Tailgate Hosting area," laser-etched armrests depicting the original launch locations of the 100EX in Villa D'Este and 101EX in Geneva, custom instrument dials and a special version of the famous Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament.
"Each customer will also receive a 'money cannot buy' portable memento," the company said.
Edmunds says: The Phantom Zenith cars will be collector's items. It's time to get the conversation going with your Rolls-Royce dealer if you want to get in on this exclusive offer.