Matte green is not the kind of color Rolls-Royce would usually use for their cars. But they have a Bespoke department through which customers can order any color and accessories they desire. It is said that 95 percent of all Rollers are Bespoke in one way or another.
So when a customer turned up and asked for a military-style matte green Rolls-Royce Drophead, they could only say yes, even though it’s not really RR’s style. The good news is, the car has turned out pretty good. Military green actually suits the Drophead, especially if the owner is a military dictator, as they all have a penchant for four-seater convertibles.
This matte green Rolls-Royce Drophead benefits from a two-tone finish, with brushed aluminum bonnet and side vents. The interior features caramel-colored leather complemented with dark walnut wood. The wheels are also special to this model.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead is a road yacht, and not just because of teak wood roof panel. It is powered by a 6.75-liter V12 engine that could literally power a big luxury yacht.