Bespoke additions to five models include touches such as lambwool floor mats and pearl inserts. Bespoked models on display in Paris are the Phantom, Phantom Drophead, Phantom Coupe and Ghost.

Rolls-Royce has premiered a new bespoke line of several models at the motor show in Paris.

Five new bespoke programs are on display, starting with the Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB Bespoke Gunmetal metallic. That model comes with a full natural leather grain, mother-of-pearl inserts in the door cappings as well as adorning the instrument panel, veneered table backs, Rolls-Royce inlays in the headrests and black seat piping.

The Phantom Drophead Coupe in Carrara White metallic is individualized with touches such as the cross-banded elm cluster in the steering wheel spokes, lambswool floor mats and the single coachline in Hotspur Red.

The Phantom Coupe in Syrah Red metallic gets a twin coachline in black, carbon fiber veneered steering wheel spokes and a full seat piping in Consort Red.

The bespoke additions for the Rolls-Royce Ghost in Ghost Silver 100 include a single coachline in crème light, black-stained ash veneer, black contrast stitching and silver pinstripes.

Lastly, is the Rolls-Royce Ghost in Bespoke Midnight Sapphire which features a fleet blue seat piping and Spirit of Ecstasy inlays to the door cappings.

All models also feature tread plates with the RR logo and Mondial de l'Automobile Paris 2010.

Gallery: New Rolls-Royce bespoke models unveiled in Paris