Rolls-Royce unveiled three special edition models at the Paris Motor Show celebrating the Art Deco movement. The lineup includes highly bespoke versions of the Phantom Series II Saloon, Phantom Series II Drophead Coupe and Ghost. The cars features exquisite exterior and interior appointments never seen before in any bespoke Roller.
The Phantom Saloon features a black and arctic white interior detailing, obviously inspired by Art Deco, complemented by stainless steel inlays in telephone drawer, door cappings and rear picnic table, all harking back to the Deco style. The highlight of the cabin is the Art Deco-style geometric coachline pattern.
The car can be had in Infinity Black, Arabian Blue, Powder Blue or Arctic White.
The Art Deco Ghost is presented in a two-tone, Jubilee Silver atop Cobalto Blue, paint job, but you can also have it in Infinity Black or Arctic White with dual bespoke coach line and illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy. Interior features include a classy black and white scheme, with handcrafted Art Deco inlays, as well as Olympia-inspired motif on tread plates and headrest embroidery.
Then there’s the Phantom Series II Drophead Coupe furnished in resplendent mother of pearl onlays completes the show line-up. Specially sourced wood veneers, selected for richness and complexity of grain, are adorned with mother of pearl or silver inlays – the form and structure of the pieces reminiscent of the fine cabinet making so prevalent in the Art Deco period.
Rolls-Royce has confirmed a bespoke collection of Phantom Saloon and ghost will be made available to customers, but not sure about the Drophead.