The only luxury that exceeds that of owning a Rolls-Royce is owning a Rolls signed by Bespoke; the company’s division dedicated to personalising the vehicles manufactured in the English city of Derby. Their employees are hardly short of work as almost all owners of a Rolls-Royce Phantom and approximately 75% of those with a Ghost, the two models that this iconic English company manufactures and sells, choose to customise their new cars.
The Celestial Phantom is one of the latest models by Bespoke, conceived for the brand’s Middle Eastern customers and presented in the Dubai International Motor Show, that boasts 446 diamonds on the length and width of its interior as one of its most prominent features.
Another one of this model’s unique characteristics is the (starlight headliner), an arrangement of LED lights covering the vehicle’s ceiling which was intricately designed to replicate the constellation that could be seen the night of 1 January 2003; the date that the first Rolls-Royce Phantom was launched.
The other renowned model by the Bespoke division is the Phantom Coupé Chicane; a one-of-a-kind car with sports features and a special edition like the one previously mentioned that pays tribute to the Goodwood Motor Circuit, designed at the request of the Brand Manager of Rolls-Royce in Dubai. Red leather upholstery with black stitching, carbon fibre elements and wheel rims matching the exact colour of the paintwork are just some of this exclusive model’s features that align it to a luxury sportscar design.