The Big Mango is currently hosting its 34th motor show, which is where Rolls-Royce is presenting one of its 35 Art Deco Ghost models, bespoke for Thailand.
The 34th Bangkok Motor Show is in full swing, and one of the highlights at the event is this Art Deco Collection Ghost commissioned for Thailand. The bespoke Rolls-Royce is part of the luxury British carmaker’s Art Deco-influenced line of cars that launched at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Only 35 unique models will be built, and this particular Collection Car is currently sharing space with a Rolls-Royce Phantom and an extended-wheelbase Phantom and Ghost.
Like the one-off Art Deco edition for Australia recently unveiled at an exclusive event in Sydney, the Thai variant, finished in pearlescent Carrara White, comes with new forged alloys and boasts an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament as well as hand-painted coachlines. The aim of these limited-edition models is to showcase what the carmaker’s Bespoke customization service can deliver. If you’re in the region, then you can check out the car at the 34th Bangkok Motor Show that will run until April 7.