Rolls-Royce is Celebrating The Spirit of Ecstasy With an Exclusive Collection of Bespoke Phantom Models

Rolls-Royce Motor Company is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Spirit of Ecstasy by introducing a series of bespoke Phantom models.

Called the Spirit of Ecstasy Centenary Collection, one hundred cars will be delivered to customers bearing a suite of features inspired by the legendary flying lady, complemented by a range of exclusive exterior colours(Rhapsody Black, Maiden Blue, Ethereal White Pearl, and Wildflower), a silver Spirit of Ecstasy ornament, unique black chrome badges, wood veneers, leather options, a Britannia Silver analog clock, and a commemorative plaque.

“These beautiful models follow the finest traditions of Rolls-Royce in their luxury, craftsmanship and attention to detail,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “They encapsulate the essence of the Spirit of Ecstasy legend, presenting owners with a range of exclusive bespoke options available only in this centenary year.”

Owners will also receive a desk ornament with their cars, a polished steel Spirit of Ecstasy mounted on a piano black base. These will be presented with individual certificates of authenticity signed by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös.


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