Roll Royce came at this year’ Paris Auto Show with five bespoke models. First of them is Phantom EWB in Bespoke Gunmetal metallic that features: full natural leather grain, black seat piping, veneered cupholder lid, mother-of-pearl inserts to door cappings, Rolls-Royce inlay in all headrests, silver full metal fascia, milled drinks holder for coolbox, veneered table backs – theater, white clock face centers to MTC controller and instrument panel.

There is also aPhantom Drophead Coupé in Carrara White metallic that features: single coachline in Hotspur Red, painted wheel centres, steering wheel spokes in crossbanded elm cluster, veneered front cupholder lid, lambswool floor mats, white instrument dials, silver bezel white clock face.

The third bespoke model is a Phantom Coupe in Syrah Red metallic that features twin coachline in black, black starlight headliner, silver bezel black clock face, contrast RR to seat inserts, black carbon fibre veneer, cupholder lid and steering wheel spokes and piano black veneered interior cappings.

The fourth models is Ghost in Bespoke Ghost Silver 100 featuring single coachline in creme light, black stained ash veneer and black contrast stitching. And finally there is a Ghost in Bespoke Midnight Sapphire that features seat piping in fleet blue and spirit of Ecstasy inlay to door cappings.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Following its preview of the Phantom Extended Wheelbase last week, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars today reveals further images and specifications for its Bespoke car collection presented at the Paris Motor Show this week. The line-up demonstrates the level of personalisation that can be achieved thanks to the skill of designers and craftspeople working in Goodwood, helping make each Rolls-Royce model as individual as its owner’s fingerprint.

Rolls-Royce Bespoke Models High Resolution Exterior
- image 376288

Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB in Bespoke Gunmetal metallic featuring the following Bespoke design:

  • Full natural leather grain
  • Black seat piping
  • Veneered cupholder lid
  • Mother-of-pearl inserts to door cappings
  • Rolls-Royce inlay in all headrests
  • Silver full metal fascia
  • Milled drinks holder for coolbox
  • Veneered table backs – theatre
  • Tread plates RR logo and Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010
  • Mother of pearl centres to white instrument dial, white clock face centres to MTC controller and instrument panel

Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé in Carrara White metallic featuring the following Bespoke design:

  • Single coachline in Hotspur Red
  • Painted wheel centres
  • Steering wheel spokes in crossbanded elm cluster
  • Veneered front cupholder lid
  • Lambswool floor mats
  • White instrument dials
  • Silver bezel white clock face
  • Tread plates RR logo and Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010
Rolls-Royce Bespoke Models High Resolution Exterior
- image 376290

Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé in Syrah Red metallic with the following Bespoke design:

  • Twin coachline in black
  • Black starlight headliner
  • Silver bezel black clock face
  • Contrast RR to seat inserts
  • Black carbon fibre veneer, cupholder lid and steering wheel spokes
  • Piano black veneered interior cappings
  • Full seat piping in Consort Red
  • Black contrast stitching to centre console
  • Tread plates RR logo and Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010

 

Rolls-Royce Ghost in Bespoke Ghost Silver 100 with the following Bespoke additions:

  • Single coachline in crème light
  • Black stained ash veneer
  • Black contrast stitching
  • Silver pinstripes
  • Tread plates RR logo and Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010
Rolls-Royce Bespoke Models High Resolution Interior
- image 376291

Rolls-Royce Ghost in Bespoke Midnight Sapphire featuring the following Bespoke additions:

  • Seat piping in fleet blue
  • Spirit of Ecstasy inlay to door cappings
  • Tread plates RR logo and Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010
What do you think?
Show Comments

9 comments:

  (449) posted on 11.28.2011

I love the looks of this vehicle, and I noticed that it looks more elegant on its mileage. Anyway, is it, a coupe or a concept? Moreover, I wonder if it also had an impressive engine output?

  (474) posted on 02.1.2011

The fourth models is Ghost in Bespoke Ghost Silver 100 featuring single coach line in creme light, black stained ash veneer and black contrast stitching.

  (458) posted on 01.24.2011

Its too casual type,just put a few stylistic appeal to make it more appealing.

  (291) posted on 11.10.2010

The limited-edition Phantom Oil foke Collection makes perfect cents.

  (570) posted on 11.4.2010

so RR are saying sell your house and live in one of these. Out of the top end luxury cars, RR probably have some of the most ridiculous optional extras.

  (406) posted on 10.4.2010

Pardon me - but would you have any Grey Poupon?

  (442) posted on 10.4.2010

Perhaps you could edit that like you would an incorrect torque rating. If, on the other hand, it’s a way to appear phat, sick, and popping fresh, it is no more relevant to me than a bespoke Rolls-Royce. And far more ridiculous

  (329) posted on 10.3.2010

It’s called a Royce. Only Belfast dockworkers call it a Rolls or a Roller

  (1211) posted on 09.30.2010

Perhaps you could edit that like you would an incorrect torque rating. If, on the other hand, it’s a way to appear phat, sick, and popping’ fresh, it is no more relevant to me than a bespoke Rolls-Royce. And far more ridiculous.

Car Finder: