At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show Rolls Royce put the spotlight on the Phantom Series II. That kinda overshadowed the other fine car they’d brought along, the superb two-tone Ghost. The car benefits from a bespoke paint job inspired by two-tone Phantom models and also features some exquisite detailing inside and out.
This chocolaty Ghost here is one ordered by a Middle Eastern customer. It’s finished in Baynunah Brown, with Arizona Sun bathing the car’s bonnet, window surrounds, roof and luggage compartment. It also has a gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy and double coach-line in gold, so you could have kinda guessed where this car is destined to go, even if hadn’t mentioned the Middle East.
The other two-tone Ghost on display in Geneva is more classy, finished in Infinity Black, with a Cassiopeia Silver up top. Inside the cabin it gets seashell headlining and sumptuous black leather frames black stained ash veneer into which steel pinstripes have been carefully crafted, as well as lambswool floor mats.
“Whether Ghost or Phantom, any Rolls-Royce is a work of art, taking its place in our clients’ luxury collections alongside yachts, helicopters and fine jewellery,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “So I am delighted that we are now able to offer two-tone options for Ghost as well as for Phantom, features that once again extend the palette upon which a Rolls-Royce masterpiece can be painted.”