Rolls-Royce has prepared for this year’s Paris Motor Show edition three art deco special versions.
Following a teaser released about a week ago, luxury automaker Rolls-Royce has prepared for this year’s Paris Motor Show edition with three art deco special versions as homage to the Paris show hosted in 1925 which gave the art deco movement its name.
The Phantom has been trimmed in black and Arctic White leather, with an interior cabin that has hand-finished stainless steel inlays in the drawers, rear picnic tables and door cappings. As for the Ghost, this is wearing a two-tone Jubilee Silver and Cobalto Blue finish and features bespoke marquetry adorning trim pieces throughout the cabin. There’s also the Phantom Drophead Coupe with Mother of Pearl trim detailing.
Rolls-Royce says that customers will have the possibility of specifying their own art deco cars and also pick various styling details like an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy emblem or art deco headrest embroidery.
No word about the price tag yet but most definitely these special models will be more expensive than the standard versions.