The latest Bespoke Collection from Rolls-Royce commemorates to South Korea’s largest cities of Seoul and Busan with 2 custom-made vehicles from Goodwood, England– a special Ghost and a similarly distinct Wraith.
“With this set of Bespoke vehicles we have produced specific, individual spaces that at once embody the lively cities that they inhabit, showing with aplomb the potential that the world’s most celebrated high-end house affords,” stated Giles Taylor, Rolls-Royce design director.
“Like a fine suit, some of the most pleasing Bespoke touches in a Rolls-Royce are concealed to anyone but the owner, or may reveal themselves only by chance to the passer-by. Like the vibrant lining of a jacket fleetingly exposed by a gust of breeze, as these vehicles temporarily come to a stop in the city the lucky bystander can look forward to a glimpse of the hidden depths of the special design.”
The Ghost outside is painted Andalusian White and black with red and blue design aspects as a homage to the Korean colors of the nation’s national flag. A hand-painted motif of the Namsan Seoul Tower can be found above the coach line in Cobalto Blue and Mugello Red.
Looking at the interior, Arctic White highlights the Black leather seats with seat piping in Mugello Red and sewing in Cobalto Blue. Massage seats, lambswool floormats, as well as a starlight headliner of the Korean night sky surround its fortunate travelers.
Korea’s coastal city of Busan gets a geometrical pattern motivated by the latticework seen in hanok screen doors on the Wraith’s rear pillar. The outside is painted in a Royal Blue and Jubilee Silver two-tone. A brightened Spirit of Ecstasy rests on its hood when the automobile is running.
Its welcoming interior provides Selby Gray leather seats with Cobalto Blue accents, and another spectacular starlight headliner– a must for any Rolls-Royce lover.
Prices hasn’t been announced, however both bespoke cars can be purchased at the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Studios in Seoul, Busan, and Incheon, South Korea.