Rolls-Royce has revealed pictures of two one-off Phantom models developed in co-ordination with its Middle East dealers: the Phantom Coupé Shaheen and the Phantom Baynunah.
The cars form part of a collection of one-off cars which have been designed by the Middle East dealers to showcase and sell.
The four-door Phantom Baynunah’s interior and exterior styling features shades of beige and brown and has a tan ever-flex roof. It has been inspired by the landscape of the Baynunah area in the western region of Abu Dhabi famous for its sand dunes.
The inlay and marquetry are “inspired by the traditional, vibrant colours of an Arabian camel harness” according to Rolls-Royce and are made at the luxury car maker's headquarters in Goodwood, using individually cut hand-assembled pieces of coloured veneer.
The Phantom Coupé Shaheen has been inspired by the region’s famous falcon, the Shaheen, and has a marquise-white exterior with a red-and-seashell leather interior featuring falcon motifs embroidered into the head-rests.
No prices for the one-off models have been released. The base price in the Middle East is $381,000 (£245,000) for the standard Phantom, and $408,000 (£262,000) for the standard Phantom Coupé, not including delivery or VAT.
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