The trio of pastel-colored motor cars were created especially for the California coastal gathering.
Rolls-Royce tends to style its ultra-luxurious vehicles for a rather imposing look. But it's taken a decidedly softer approach for this year's Pebble Beach festivities – starting with the trio you see here.
The Pebble Beach 2019 Pastel Collection includes a Ghost saloon, a Wraith coupe, and a Dawn convertible, all in Black Badge specification and each decked out in a unique light color never seen before from the British automaker. The Ghost, for example, is done up in Light Green Solid, with Serenity Green highlights and technical fiber trim inside.
The Wraith has been painted in Semaphore Yellow, with Selby Grey and Lemon Yellow cabin topped by the Starlight Headliner. And the Dawn is coated in Coral Solid – a seven-layer finish that was hand-polished for over nine hours – with an Arctic White and Sunset interior and the Bespoke Aero Cowling option.
The pastel colors are said to have been inspired by the wildflowers blooming this season around Monterey following the fires, drought, and heavy rains that have beset the peninsula over the past several months. Each will be offered for sale to the many moneyed Rolls-Royce customers (existing or potential) who flock to Pebble Beach each year.
Also on hand (but not pictured) are a quartet of Cullinans with special matte finishes and a Phantom in a unique Black Diamond and Gold Bespoke paint-job, potentially closer to what we'd expect to see on a Rolls.
"Each and every commission has been created by the designers and craftspeople at the Home of Rolls-Royce at Goodwood, working with the finest leather, wood and precious materials," noted Martin Fritsches, president of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars North America. "It's thrilling to introduce the 2019 Pebble Beach Collection as the world gathers to view the classics the brand has created over the past 115 years."