Personalization is the name of the game and for the Rolls-Royce enthusiast nothing beats a customized Rolls-Royce vehicle imagined by you and realized by its team of designers and engineers.
Rolls-Royce has always been a master at the heart of car customization – a part of its identity – to show that a Rolls Royce isn’t about owning just any car; it is claiming your very own objet d’art that is above all, one-of-a-kind. The wonderful thing about owning a Rolls-Royce is perhaps accessibility to exclusive – and extensive – customization services, which can include things like having the ability to choose from an almost limitless (44,000 hues to be exact) palette of paint colors to having Rolls-Royce create a custom color for the client that is named after them too. Then, there are the more customizable personal expressions, which can include family crests, motifs, to the type of wood veneers and leathers adorning the car’s interior. The capacity for personalization is seemingly endless, as Rolls-Royce illustrates, “The possibilities for personalization are virtually limitless”.
Some of the most exquisite Rolls-Royce Bespoke designs to date include a Japanese garden inspired interior of the Phantom model – embroidered blossom motifs fill the surfaces of the car along with hand-painted asymmetric coach line to represent the position of the owner and the chauffeur. The Suhail collection, named after “one of the brightest constellations in the sky”, yet another example, draws inspiration from Astronomy. The limited collection was made available across three of its models, the Phantom, Ghost and Wraith, each including a customized moonstone pearl livery and a Turchese Blue coach line complete with a star emblem.
Like painting on a blank canvas, the Rolls-Royce customizing experience is unmatched – quite like investing in a very personal work of art that very few prestigious car brands can compare to. As Director of Design, Giles Taylor puts it “commissioning a Rolls-Royce is one of life’s unforgettable moments”