Bespoke Rolls-Royce Ghost at Pebble Beach

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Not only did Rolls-Royce bring their Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection to this year's Concours d'Elegance at Pebble beach, but they also brought along this one-off Ghost Extended Wheelbase. Built to celebrate the creative bespoke department at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, its exterior features a contrasting upper two-tone paint with Carrara White over Mazarine Blue. This is further offset by a Mandarin Orange twin feature line, opening coach doors, and polished tread plates.

The styling theme continues inside with plenty of creature and technological comforts. Driver and passengers are treated to hand monogrammed headrests and a veneered dash inlay. There's also Seashell and Navy Blue contrasting leather that's highlighted by Navy Blue piping and a two-tone contrasting instrument panel. As an added example of the British automaker's bespoke skills, there's a Navy Blue clock set into Crossbanded Walnut Burr Veneer. Other custom bits include seating with a massage feature and a theater entertainment system, a coolbox and individual ventilated rear seats with massage features.

Rolls-Royce also points out that their 2013 Ghost production car, now in showrooms, will be available with their Night Vision system which has person recognition and can pretension the brakes alongside the audible and visual pedestrian warnings in the need of sudden braking. There's also the Smart Boot Opener function which allows for a simple leg movement to open the trunk in place of pressing any buttons.

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