Rolls-Royce unveils very limited Ghost Mysore edition

Rolls-Royce has unveiled a very limited extended-wheelbase Ghost Mysore Edition.

The inspiration comes from Tipu Sultan, who was the ruler of 18th century Mysore in India.

‘In this world I would rather live two days like a tiger, than two hundred years like a sheep.’ Tipu Sultan – ‘The Tiger of Mysore.’

In Arabic, Mysore also refers to wealth and power.

The Ghost Misore limited edition has a two-tone blue and silver livery with a pinstripe featuring a peacock running down the side. Interior boasts light-coloured wood, white leather, blue carpets and tiger on each headrest.

Even though the name is inspired from both India and Arabic world, the cars won’t make it to India and will be available exclusively in Abu Dhabi. Only three have been created.

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  • leej

    didn’t we see that exterior color scheme a couple years ago?