Rolls-Royce Phantom China Dragon Rises in Guangzhou

Limited Edition

Based on the Phantom LWB, the China Dragon special edition will be produced in a limited-run of only 8 models.

The Chinese Year of the Dragon begins late next January and to commemorate the beginning of the new year, Rolls-Royce has created a bespoke edition based on the British company's Phantom LWB. The Rolls-Royce Phantom China Dragon special edition will be produced in a limited run of only 8 units. It debuted at the Guangzhou Auto Show this week and features a hand-painted dragon on the side of the vehicle.

A dragon is also hand-stitched to the headrests and uses a combination of four colors: tan, black, white and golden sand. Another perk for this limited-run Rolls-Royce is that each of the four door sills feature illuminated tread plates with LED-lit 'Year of the Dragon 2012' to further distinguish your purchase. The Phantom Dragon special edition is currently on display now at the Chinese auto event.

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