Rolls-Royce is recognized as being one of the world’s most prestigious automakers, with its exorbitant offerings representing the pinnacle of style and luxury. There are however some extremely discerning customers of the elite British firm who seek an even more opulent offering, which is where the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective comes into play. This world-class factory customs program tailors highly-specific one-off coaches to individual client’s tastes and preferences, often implementing passions and hobbies of the customer into the bespoke design. The most recent of which is a Phantom built for a Swedish patron that boasts custom upholstery comprised of a literal million embroidered stitches.
Known as “The Rose Phantom,” the one-off Rolls sports a floral theme throughout that’s been inspired by the Rose Garden at the company’s Goodwood, West Sussex headquarters. The elaborate rose-laden interior — which also has a “Bespoke Audio” system — features custom design work on the door panels, dash, and a grand display on the Phantom’s silk headliner. Moving outside, the 563HP Rose Phantom’s bodywork is adorned in a Peacock Blue livery complemented via a twinned coachline (aka double pinstripe) that takes Rolls’ paint specialists three hours to apply a single five-meter section. The same highly-involved pinstriping can also be seen on the bespoke Phantom’s rims.