One of the charms of Rolls-Royce is that it creates a highly customized car for customers, no matter how complex or shameless this requirement is. Visit Goodwood in the UK, Rolls-Royce and see how closely a group of highly skilled designers, engineers, and craftspeople work together to make these visions a reality Fascinated. Last year was the most important year for the custom design of the brand in 114 years of history. Here are some more exotic highlights.
Sweptail made its debut in 2017, drawing on the pedigree of Rolls-Royce cars of the 1920s and 1930s. The customer’s vision is a two-seater coupe equipped with a large panoramic glass roof. The grille is made of sturdy aluminum, the silhouette of the side defines its elegant look, and the tapering behind is the finishing touch for the rowing boat. Finally, the registration number 08 is made of aluminum ingot polished by hand into a mirror. It shows a distinctive Rolls-Royce coupé aesthetics.
Elsewhere, two unique cars were created to mark the opening of the Rolls-Royce Summer Studio at Porto Cervo on the wonderful coast of Sardinia, Smeralda. The dawn of the summit Coupé uses the nautical theme. The theme of Cervo Harbor is set with gems – sapphires and mother-of-pearl – on the front of the car. Navy blue and white polar colors complement each other with teak on the deck and floor. At the same time, the black badge of Porto Cervo Wraith is a playful activity for Sardinia’s vibrant nightlife. The two-tone diamond black appearance contrasts sharply with glossy and matte paint applications, while the black woven leather threshold means the car’s black features.
The Spirit of Calligraphy Ghost is a special one-time commission unveiled in Dubai last year. As the name suggests, the design references calligraphy by the famous artist Khaled Al Saai. The text is shaped harmoniously, text and images are integrated. The famous line by Sir Henry Royce “takes full advantage of and makes it better.” When it does not exist, it is designed “, is molded into the spirit of forget-me-not in Arabic.
Ghost Elegance is a personal collector, is the world’s first diamond car, literally paint with diamonds. The side of the car promises mugello’s red and black two-lane cabins with a black leather seat and red accents inside, joined by splicing on the doors and the seat’s piping.
In 2016, a U.S. collector named Michael Fux challenged a custom team after visiting Pebble Beach, mixing a strikingly new color for his dawn. The result is a vibrant dawn at Fu Ha. Because now the unique colors in the Rolls-Royce color series are reserved exclusively for customers.
To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, Hotel Byblos in Saint-Tropez commissioned Rolls-Royce to create the Dawn B50, inspired by the warmth and vitality of the French Riviera. The two main exterior colors are specially developed, with special door pushers and a unique hand-drawn van with a B50 logo on each side.
Finally, The Gallery launched the new Phantom in late 2017. Glass applications pass through the panel without interruption, providing the opportunity to present artwork in the car. Encouraging customers to commission and plan their own garage is a novel idea and personalizes to a whole new level.