Bespoke Rolls-Royce Canton Glory Ghost revealed for China

China is a very important and growing market for Rolls-Royce. It looks like all the latest bespoke models have been built for the Chinese customers and this new Canton Glory Ghost is no exception.

Designed as a tribute to the city of Guangzhou and inspired by the iconic Canton Tower, the Canton Glory Ghost features a two-tone colour scheme, combining Madeira red for a glorious regal history and Cassiopeia silver or Carrera white for the bright and modern present.

Guangzhou’s legendary Five Rams statue is represented in a distinctive motif that is found on the coachline, veneer panels, headrests and dashboards.

This latest collection car comes with newly updated technology, including Satellite Aided Transmission and multi-media interface.

Two cars were built exclusively for China and we are sure they have already found their new owners.


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