Following last month’s teaser, Rolls-Royce has introduced the Phantom Serenity in Geneva.

Following last month's teaser, Rolls-Royce has introduced the Phantom Serenity in Geneva.

Developed by the firm's bespoke design team, the Serenity is based on the Phantom Series II and has received a "Bespoke Mother of Pearl" body paint which they say it's the most expensive one-off paint ever created by RR and it was hand polished in no less than 12 hours.

Most of the changes have occurred on the inside where the two-tone coachline has a blossom motif applied by using a brush made from squirrel hair. Woven silk sourced from Suzhou, China was inserted throughout the cabin and in some areas crimson blossoms were hand painted directly onto the silk, requiring a whopping 600 hours of work for each panel.

Other high-end materials used include rare smoked cherrywood to provide the cabin with a more oriental theme while for further embellishment Rolls-Royce used bamboo. The luggage area has been covered in Arctic White leather with a carpet made from the same material and two parasols featuring the Serenity motif and leather loops.

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