At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show Rolls Royce delighted us with a refreshed Phantom line-up, and now they have created another very cool Phantom Coupe. Their special edition is a one-off Phantom Coupe Mirage edition inspired by one of the 20th century’s most iconic Arabian horses: stallions.

This unique Phantom was conceptualized by Kadhim Al Helli, Rolls Royce’s Brand Manager at Abu Dhabi Motors and then hand-built by Rolls Royce in Goodwood, England. It is painted in a very cool matte black finish combined with a mugello red and black interior. The passenger display panel set features a stallion head with a silver inlay, with the same motif embroidered on the front and rear headrests. The car also features a silver rope inlay in the door capping and on the front Fascia, while the Glove box is embroidered with the personalized message: "Mirage motif - one of one."

"The synergies between the Arabian horse and the Rolls-Royce brand are hard to ignore," explains Kadhim Al Helli, Rolls Royce Brand Manager at Abu Dhabi Motors. "Arabian Horses are one of the oldest equine breeds in existence, renowned for their refined physical attributes, fine temperament and strong bloodline; just as Rolls-Royce is synonymous with exquisite design, flawless performance and pioneering heritage. This car celebrates those shared qualities by embodying the spirit of a true champion, Mirage, the perfect example of a Classic Arabian Horse."

The Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe Mirage will be presented in the United Arab Emirates.


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  (530) posted on 07.3.2012

I think the figure is great and also the paint job is superb. I must say that I’m impressed with the result of the Mirage.

  (798) posted on 07.3.2012

It seems they have one good shot again. I know it’s not an ordinary coupe or what, but the fact that Rolls Royce developed it. It is simply tempting and undeniably eye-catching at the road.

  (395) posted on 06.27.2012

They all put their efforts on this piece, and I must say that they really did a great job.

  (484) posted on 05.2.2012

I have no idea why people have a trouble understanding that the simplicity of its design is its style. Personally, I don’t like it bare, but it actually looks classy like this.

  (858) posted on 05.1.2012

I guess only the color and the finish makes up the overall appeal of this coupe.

  (498) posted on 05.1.2012

It is apparent that Rolls Royce has a natural talent for designing their innovations! This is simply elegant, without having such exaggerated details.

  (504) posted on 04.30.2012

It’s like Rolls Royce has a knack for producing luxurious cars! I think its design is minimal, but it still is stylish anyway.

  (530) posted on 04.27.2012

You know what I like about Rolls Royce? It seems like the luxurious look their innovations manifest are packed effortless, yet never fails to captivate our tastes in elegance.

  (714) posted on 04.4.2012

What are you all saying? I think this is just a standard Rolls Royce car. They didn’t really bother to put up exaggerated details over it.

  (397) posted on 04.2.2012

I don’t like its figure. Maybe it’s only its paint job that boosts up its charismatic elegance.

  (592) posted on 04.2.2012

This coupe is a perfect example of why I simply like Rolls Royce; they don’t need to put deliberate designs and details for its style to be appealing.

  (399) posted on 04.1.2012

@harry_bright: Rolls Royce’s products are already elegant as they are. They need no more elaborate designs for the wheels.

  (410) posted on 04.1.2012

As expected from Rolls Royce, the exterior is extremely looking classy. They need to add more innovative wheel rims, by the way.

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