Unique Rolls-Royce Art Deco Ghost Extended Wheelbase debuts in Hong Kong

Rolls-Royce has unveiled the first and so far the only Art Deco Ghost Extended Wheelbase in Hong Kong at a special ceremony.

The special edition Art Deco Extended Wheelbase Ghost is one of a 35 car Limited Edition Collection, but with a totally unique powder blue exterior colour.

The one-off Art Deco Ghost Extended Wheelbase in Hong Kong features also a black and Arctic white interior, hinting at the visual language of the Art Deco movement.

Samuel Sun, General Manager for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Hong Kong, commented, “Hong Kong customers have always been very discerning, continuously exploring new ways to make their Rolls-Royce unique and reflective of themselves. Only Rolls-Royce’s unrivalled craftsmanship and Bespoke programme can provide the level of personalisation that make the cars as unique as their owners fingerprints. The success of cars like the Year of the Dragon Collection has shown that our clients in Hong Kong are connoisseurs who appreciate Limited Edition Collection cars.”

The special edition Ghost gets its motivation from the already familiar 563bhp V12 engine mated to 8-speed automatic ZF transmission.


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