Typically, automakers don’t create vehicles just for the sake of making them weekend riders, but that’s because many of us can’t afford to buy a car just to use it two days out of the week. Rolls Royce owners, on the other hand, can have a different car for every day of the week and it wouldn’t matter. Maybe that’s why the British luxury automaker decided to offer its British customers a very special Phantom Drophead Coupe that "was designed to capture the essence of a perfect weekend get-away, offering drivers and their passengers the ultimate luxurious and relaxing experience in roof-down motoring."

This one-off Phantom model will be painted in a Mazarine Blue - a color inspired by the Mazarine Blue butterfly - and will also receive a one-off Asprey jewelery box, housed discretely in the glove compartment. Think of it as the perfect place to store rings, cufflinks, earrings, and while you’re at it, throw in your diamonds too. Other features of the interior will include a luxurious natural-grain leather in a Seashell color contrasted by Navy Blue floor and door panels with embroidered R-R logos finished in the headrests. There is also a yacht-inspired teak decking, with mother-of-pearl inlays throughout cross-banded Santos Palissander wood veneers. And as a final touch you will also get white instrument dials, rotary controllers, and a clock finished in mother-of-pearl.

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14 comments:

  (728) posted on 12.27.2011

It looks so cool on its Mazarine blue paint! However, I have to agree that it really looks old on its platform and other feature. It’s only a good thing that it has an impressive engine specs.

  (449) posted on 11.28.2011

This is one of the classic roadsters that was still "IN" in this generation! smiley Well, just like them, I also love the different angst and appeal that this vehicle had. However, I wonder if what will be the engine specification of it?

  (444) posted on 09.27.2011

Simply one of the typical car goers that goes on the event, very young but still classy luxury. As of its entire appearance this one has a good combination materials made.

  (448) posted on 08.15.2011

I agree with them that convertible car is not reliable for this one, and it is not either an impressive one. The look is awful, but I don’t like the front design.

  (453) posted on 07.29.2011

Convertible cars are good but in this one, I doubt. HAHA! I wonder why is it called a masterpiece. It is the dumbest idea I’ve ever seen. By the way, I like the color of the car.

  (619) posted on 07.8.2011

hmm. For me, the car seems too edgy..And for all the convertible version that I have seen this one looks so lame! Same here, I was disappointed with the Roll Royce.

  (458) posted on 07.8.2011

IMO, this is just a pointless creation. I really don’t get why everyone’s has been excited for the convertible version. I think it would be better if they focused on making a limousine type vehicle.

  (714) posted on 07.1.2011

Well, I think this one is probably the stupidest car that I have ever seen. It really doesn’t look very elegant at all, in fact, it is really ugly. I am really disappointed at Rolls Royce for this.

  (600) posted on 06.30.2011

Well, Rolls Royce really are in the category of luxury making cars. This one coupe is really a must see one. If you ride one of these cars, you’ll surely pray for the clock to stop.

  (444) posted on 06.30.2011

Wow, this one is certainly a beauty, I just love that blue color that they used for this one. And the interior work here is is simply exquisite. I really think that Rolls Royce should produce more of this.

  (320) posted on 06.29.2011

Hmm, this one is probably one of the fancier Phantoms that I have seen lately. I would say that I actually like the idea of the drophead for this one, it really makes it less formal looking.

  (458) posted on 06.29.2011

This one actually looks very nice. Though it looks like more of a Miata for those rich guys who own a fleet of Rolls Royces at their disposal. But it still is good.

  (449) posted on 06.29.2011

Well, this car has a spacious trunk! Plus a remove rooftop car is quite impressive! However, I’m just afraid that the hard rooftop of the car would affect the speed performance of the car.

  (369) posted on 06.29.2011

With all the convertible, this is the only version that I don’t want. I really don’t like the platform of this car is seems like a matchbox with a remove rooftop!

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