What Inspired This One-Off Rolls-Royce Phantom?

Luxury

Nothing to do with cars.

To be a Rolls-Royce owner is to be someone that demands exclusivity. Rollers that just roll off the production line in stock form simply won’t do for some of the carmaker’s discerning clientele. Which is why one-off special editions like this – the so-called Phantom Nautica – arrive with familiar regularity. Inspired by a classic yacht, the one-of-a-kind Rolls boasts a two-tone paint job that combines Orchid White with Arabian Blue, while an anchor motif sits on the coachline.

Inside, the ultra-luxurious cabin features Tudor Oak veneer and Boxwood inlays, Forest Fall leather with Navy Blue piping, Tudor Oak door capping, and another anchor motif inlayed in the marquetry. The piece de resistance is the bespoke compass residing in a drawer on the dashboard.

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