Rolls-Royce has showcased its Bespoke programme on its stand at the 2010 Paris Motor Show with no less than five cars displayed, each with a tribute to the Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010.
The recently launched Rolls-Royce Ghost has up until now only been available with set options, however Ghost has now been included in the Bespoke programme, with owners able to personalise their car like never before.
For example, if you wanted your family crest painted on the door cappings, it could be done. A custom picnic set? No problems. You wanted to match the paint to a particular coloured fibre? Sure, why not. How about using the wood from your favourite tree as part of the dashboard? If there’s a will, there’s a way.
Bespoke is all about ensuring the customer gets the only vehicle like that, and pushing the boundaries of coachbuilding. Harking back to the days when your vehicle was made by hand. The sky is the limit.
A list of the added features for the vehicles on the stand is below.
Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB in Bespoke Gunmetal metallic featuring the following Bespoke design:
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé in Carrara White metallic featuring the following Bespoke design:
Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé in Syrah Red metallic with the following Bespoke design:
Rolls-Royce Ghost in Bespoke Ghost Silver 100 with the following Bespoke additions:
Rolls-Royce Ghost in Bespoke Midnight Sapphire featuring the following Bespoke additions: