A stunning piece of work that's two years in the making.
Around a century ago, India's princes and maharajas began what is now regarded as one of the world's longest relationships with a single carmaker. Known as the Golden Age of the Raja, India's affinity with Rolls-Royce spanned five decades, during which 840 unique models were purchased. With the reveal of the Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe, the British luxury automobile manufacturer has announced a collection of bespoke models are in the pipeline inspired by the Maharajas' cars.
The first of which has been created exclusively for customers in Dubai. The one-of-a-kind model is two years in the making, and comes with a host of unique touches. The exterior is finished in Carrara White with a Peacock emblem – India's national bird – completing the Emerald green coachline. A retractable Deep Green hood tucks away to reveal a stunning wood decking and interior finished in Creme light leather with Emerald Green accents complemented by marquetry inlay. Peacock emblems appear embroidered on the headrests in Cobalto blue and Emerald Green, as well as stitched on the armrests, with a Bespoke Maharaja Peacock clock rounding off the unique flourishes.