Rolls-Royce has taken the wraps off the Zenith Collection to mark the imminent demise of the seventh-generation Phantom.

RR teased the epilogue for the Phantom VII about three months ago with a design sketch and now it has released more revealing pics of the bespoke Zenith Collection. Only 50 units are being made based on the Phantom Coupe and Phantom Drophead Coupe and all of them have already been sold to invited customers.

As you would expect from a Rolls-Royce, let alone a special edition, each car will be built to the exact specifications provided by the owner. RR will throw in some bells and whistles which will be exclusive to the Zenith Collection to make it stand out from the regular car, as if there is such a thing as a standard Phantom.

These cars will come with a large fridge capable of holding two bottles of champagne which the owner will be able to serve on a glass shelf incorporated in the split-tailgate. Also in the trunk there are going to be eight Rolls-Royce-branded glasses part of the revised picnic table created specifically for the Zenith Collection.

Other tweaks to make the car stand out even more include a brushed steel speedometer, a Best English Blacking finish, a new look for the starlight headliner and special badges denoting the car’s build number. Interestingly, the front seats are wrapped in leather featuring a lighter color compared to the rear seats. As for the exterior, those 50 wealthy individuals can opt for some classic body paints like Madeira Red, Jubilee Silver, Midnight Blue, and Arctic White, some of which hark back to RRs of the 1930s.

As a reminder, Rolls-Royce has announced production of the Phantom VII will come to an end this year. An all-new model has already been spied multiple times and will ride on the company’s brand new aluminum-intensive platform which will shave off some serious weight compared to current cars. The Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe won’t receive a new generation, but that’s hardly surprising taking into account Rolls-Royce now has the Wraith and Dawn.

Source: Rolls-Royce

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