Rolls-Royce Goes Fully Bespoke in Geneva
The first offering is a special collection of 25 Phantoms.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars have entered the Geneva Motor Show with its complete current product portfolio. This is the first time the automaker came with its near-infinite Bespoke range on an international stage. The first offering is a special collection of 25 Phantoms together with the Bespoke Cullinan commission car. Furthermore, the automaker has also revealed two formidable ideas of Black Badge and a warmly Bespoke Dawn.
The Phantom Tranquillity stands for a Phantom’s expression in the luxury world limited to only 25 units worldwide. Unfortunately, for interested customers, all units have been accounted for. The styling inspiration has been taken from the X-Ray coded aperture masks employed on the British Skylark space rocket. The interior takes inspiration from the light and dark sides of the Moon.
The Cullinan has also started its Bespoke journey with an exclusive model. The all-terrain vehicle has five-coat high gloss paint finish.
The Genève 2019 Dawn sports a freshly created Blue Crystal over Milori Sapphire paint. The carbon fiber Aero Cowling, the Piano Milori Sapphire dashboard, and Open Pore Royal Walnut veneer mark the distinctive features of this roadster.
Roll-Royce is also showcasing two great ideas of Black Badge motor cars for young entrepreneurs. The automaker has employed Galileo Blue on Black Badge Wraith, while the Ghost sports Gunmetal with an iced satin finish.
Starting on 7th March, the House of Rolls-Royce will also show the fresh artwork by artist Tomás Saraceno.