Middle East special offers extra colour combinations
17 August 2009

A special edition Rolls-Royce Phantom has been launched exclusively for Middle East customers.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom Bespoke Collection model will be limited to just six examples, which have different colour and trim combinations than the standard models.

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The car is described by Rolls-Royce as having “a finish of Arizona Sun as a top two-tone finish over English White.”

The interior is finished in two natural grain leathers, called 'Creme Light' and 'Saddle Tan', with hand-knotted silk rugs, moccasin carpets and Mother of Pearl inlays in the control knobs. The car is also marked out by a silver dhow-sail inlay in the door cappings and fascia panel.

No prices have been released.

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