It doesn’t have to be easy at all to choose the best creations from a catalog of 4,011 cars, each one more exclusive and personalized. Still, Rolls-Royce wanted to show the public which 2016 creations they are most proud of. 7 unique Rolls-Royce whose common denominator is none other than offering a long list of customization options, accompanied, of course, by a scandalously high bill.
Phantom Zenith Collection
The final series of the Rolls-Royce Phantom to sign his farewell. Limited to only 25 units, the best customers were invited to be part of a unique and unrepeatable collection for the seventh generation of the Phantom. In addition to commemorative elements and the respective identification of the numbered series, the customers of the Zenith series received as a gift a piece of the assembly line where the Phantom of this generation was produced, including the exact coordinates of its location in the Goodwood plant. .
The Peace and Glory Phantom
One of the most complex and exquisite works carried out by Rolls-Royce using the Phantom body in its extended battle version. This series limited to a single unit went to a wealthy Middle Eastern businessman who put Rolls’ personalization department on the ropes. Its interior is intended to be a showcase for the possibilities of craftsmanship, combining hand-embroidered upholstery, exotic leathers, gold and wood inserts to draw compositions such as the look of a tiger on the center console.
The ‘Blue Magpie’ Phantom Drophead Coupé
Another of the creations that upon arrival became a challenge for Rolls-Royce artisans. From Taiwan came the order for a unique Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé customized to the last detail. Among its most characteristic elements we find the emblem of the brand, the spirit of ecstasy, finished in Gold, its unmistakable side line painted by hand also made in Gold – also the trims on the wheels – and the combination of a color palette. quite rare in the range as is the body in Blue Silverlake and the hood in Andalusian White hiding the characteristic brushed aluminum finish of the hoods of this body. To add even more exclusive elements, the interior has been used mother-of-pearl in different parts such as the instrument panel or the central console, as well as the image and name of the “Blue Magpie” bird that only lives in the town where it was born. the buyer of this convertible Phantom.
Mr Fux’s Pebble Beach Dawn
Michael Fux, a well-known collector with a long history in the automotive sector, asked Rolls-Royce to manufacture a unit of the Rolls-Royce Dawn that displayed a color designed exclusively for him. The result of this request, which could not be cheap, was the creation of a color in the Rolls chromatic palette called “Fux Blue”, a color reserved exclusively for its creator and that only he can request. The final result was shown at the 2016 Pebble Beach Contest of Elegance.
‘Dusk until Dawn’ at Porto Cervo
The Rolls-Royce Summer Studio in Porto Cervo (Costa Smeralda, Sardinia) is one of the most important exhibitions that Rolls-Royce carries out throughout the year, and for this edition they decided to take a Rolls-Royce Wraith and a Rolls-Royce there One of a kind Dawn. As the first differentiating element they had inspired the design of their fiber optic roof in the sky that covers Sardinia, they also opted for the upholstery in purple tones and ostrich skin for the interior of the Wraith, using emerald tones and inserts in this mineral for the body discovered.
Rolls-Royce Inspired by the Greats
An order destined for the Middle East for a very good client of the brand who is also characterized by being a music lover who loves the great classical composers. We are talking about a chromatic composition that is not as striking as that seen in previous creations, but that shows the treble clef in its characteristic lateral line, a motif that also appears in different parts of the interior of this Rolls-Royce Ghost. As a more peculiar element, we find the marquetry work carried out by Rolls-Royce to capture the notes of the customer’s favorite melody in the ebony and oak woods of the cabin.
A nautical Dawn for Pebble Beach
How could it be otherwise, the association between luxury yachts and Rolls-Royce could not be lacking in these 7 chosen ones. Everything in this Rolls-Royce Dawn is clearly inspired by nautical sports and the passion of its owner for the sea and everything related to it. All interior inserts are made of Teak wood, while the body paint has been done in Arctic White for the body and Midnight Sapphire for the hood and windshield. The central clock has been redesigned for the occasion being inspired by the favorite clock of the customer who placed this order.
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