Pink And Powder: Rolls-Royce Brings Two Spectacular Custom Creations To Monterey Car Week

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A Ghost and a Cullinan Black Badge get the Paris Hilton treatment.

Monterey Car Week is just getting better and better, and it's only just kicking off now. Singer announced that it will be bringing two of its lovely 911s and Bentley is set to showcase a whole host of stunning metal from the past, present, and future.

Not to be outdone, Rolls-Royce has just announced its participation at this year's event. However, while Bentley is showing off a massive range, RR is keeping things simple and showing off just two models. If you're worried that you may be underwhelmed, don't be. These two bespoke creations are guaranteed to hold your attention for quite some time.

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First up is a Rolls-Royce Ghost that you simply can't miss. Bespoke Friskee Pink is the color and it's never been seen on a Ghost before. With this color delicately applied to the wheel center caps for a little more drama, the diamond-cut spokes seem more vibrant somehow.

Inside, the vibrant pink is reinvented against Navy Blue and Arctic White leather with a new accenting color in the leather called Shieda. This "bright and bold magenta pink accentuates the long, unbroken lines throughout the cabin" and features in the stitching of the seats, headrests, and leather-encased turn signal indicator stalks too.

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As striking as that car is, the Cullinan that will be displayed alongside it is just as visually arresting. As a Black Badge model, it's already rather exclusive and special with its "bolder, darker aesthetic" and increased performance. We've seen bright neon colors on RR Black Badge models before, but the color you see here looks more confectionary-inspired (bubblegum, maybe) than neon-esque.

It's called Iced Turchese and the black details of this model look fantastic against it. On opening the doors, this colorway is reversed with black leather highlighted by Turchese, as seen similarly in the thin pinstripe of this cerulean shade on the wheels. The lemniscate logo, or infinity symbol, seen on Black Badge offerings is also finished in Bespoke Turchese, which blends nicely with the Technical Carbon Veneer.

Brilliantly bright, unconventional Rolls-Royce products are something we're sure to see a lot more of. If you'd like to take a closer look at these two, bring your sunglasses to 'The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering' at Monterey Car Week on Friday, August 13th.

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