Bespoke. It’s getting what you want, exactly as you want it. When you combine bespoke with the automotive genius of Rolls-Royce, what you’re left with is nothing short of a masterpiece. Today we hope to honor these creations as well as words and pictures can. Dive in and experience some of our favorite bespoke Rolls-Royces.
The beauty of customization is that creativity is your only boundary. Each Phantom created in the Goodwood Factory is part of a legacy, but every bespoke Phantom is one of a kind. Our favorite, is the Pinnacle Travel Phantom. Created to celebrate the success of the bespoke program in China, the Pinnacle Travel Phantom’s custom wooden veneer is remarkably intricate and beautiful.
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Of all the things which have come to light, the Rolls-Royce Sunbird must be the brightest. Its clean white finish and golden accent colors compliment the dark brown wood veneer flawlessly. You will not find a Rolls-Royce quite like the Sunbird anywhere.
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Rolls-Royce’s most advanced creation. The Wraith may still be in its adolescence, but its release marks the beginning of a new journey for Rolls-Royce motoring. The Suhail Wraith collection is one of three Rolls-Royces built around this motif. It’s the first ever bespoke theme to be spread across each of Rolls-Royce’s vehicles. The Ghost and Phantom Suhails are equally sumptuous.
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The Dawn to Come
There’s a new Rolls-Royce brimming the horizon. We don’t have any official pictures yet, but it seems everyone agrees the Dawn will be an open-top version of the Rolls-Royce Wraith. We won’t know for sure until it’s released in early 2016, though. We’re eager to write about the Dawn when it’s released, so keep your eyes on the blog for all your Rolls-Royce updates. You can also come by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars of Raleigh if you have any questions or if you’d like to take a look at what we have in stock.