You can tell Rolls-Royce makes way too many special edition for Arab countries with the names they give to these cars. A while ago we showed you the Ghost Mysore, named after an Indian Sultan, now they announced the Rolls-Royce Al-Adiyat Collection; a name inspired by, well, a horse’s hooves!
Al-Adiyat in Arabic means “the noise made by a powerful horse when its hooves strike stone,” which is often accompanied by sparks. So as you would expect, Rolls-Royce Al-Adiyat Collection features many equestrian-inspired embellishments.
Among the main highlights of the Al-Adiyat Rollers there are the motifs of reigns and horses and gold-plated horseshoe stamps upon the clock and treadplates, which according to Rolls-Royce make “a powerful statement.” Special coachline and marquetry, plus bespoke paint jobs and three-tone interior are some of other exclusive features of this special editions.
Rolls-Royce Al-Adiyat Collection includes nine Wraiths, and one Phantom Coupé. they are one-offs and we have a sneaking suspicions they were commissioned by one super rich Arab man who’s evidently got a thing for horses.