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Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Nighthawk Has Arrived, And It's.... Full Of Carbon Fiber

Not a very Rolls-Royce material, is it?

Not every single Rolls-Royce is the epitome of good taste and sophistication. By the very nature of the Bespoke program, customers with more money than taste can turn the vehicles into some truly hideous things, although thankfully this is fairly rare. Even more rare is for Rolls to bring out something that leaves you wondering why, but here is the Phantom Drophead Coupe Nighthawk edition. It's been around for a couple of months, but has just reached America.

The exterior is painted in Diamond Black, except for the hood, which has a matte finish. Not too far out there yet, but then we get to the interior, which is absolutely covered in carbon fiber. This is accompanied by Hotspur Red accents for a look which would be fine in a supercar but looks very out of place here. It's unsurprisingly quite similar to the look of the BMW M5 Nighthawk which Rolls-Royce's parent company made for the Japanese market last year. But that was more subtle and also not a Rolls. With this Drophead coming in at $569,600, would you say that it's worth it?

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