Rolls-Royce has released new details about their upcoming Home of Rolls-Royce Collection.

Rolls-Royce has released new details about their upcoming Home of Rolls-Royce Collection.

Designed to celebrate ten years of production at Goodwood, the Ghost and Phantom models will feature "meticulous design, engineering and craftsmanship."

The cars will have a distinctive "celebration" motif on the dashboard that is constructed of dozens of individually cut wood veneers. The Home of Rolls-Royce Collection will also have a compass motif embroidered into the armrests and center console lid. Other highlights include engraved sill plates, a special umbrella and a unique bezel around the Spirit of Ecstasy. There will also be a hand-painted coachline that culminates in a half-compass design.

According to Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös, “The Home of Rolls-Royce Collection showcases what makes Goodwood a unique center of manufacturing excellence. A perfect blend of traditional crafts, cutting-edge technology and world-class Bespoke design has driven our success over our first 10 years."

The Home of Rolls-Royce Collection will be unveiled later this year and they will feature:

  • 450 Individual leather pieces cut and fitted to each Rolls-Royce Phantom
  • 112,533 Stitches comprise Home of Rolls-Royce Collection Phantom embroidery
  • 672 Meters of thread in every Home of Rolls-Royce Collection Phantom
  • 11 Individual varieties of wood-veneer, cut and hand-applied to ‘celebration’ motif
  • 20,000 Wood veneer combinations available in every Rolls-Royce
  • 44,000 Individual exterior paint colors to choose from
  • 58 Layers to every Phantom wood part
  • 100 lbs of paint applied to every Rolls-Royce
  • 60 Pairs of hands take 400 hours to construct every Rolls-Royce motor car

 

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