Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity revealed

Posted on Tuesday, 3 March 2015 , 11:03:06 byTheodora

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Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity revealed

Where can you find luxury in terms of vehicles these days? Well, the answer is simple. At the Geneva Motor Show. Of course that the auto show has everything in matter of vehicles, so luxurious ones are certainly there. One of the fanciest vehicles in the show is the Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity which definitely attracts all sights.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity is based on the Phantom Series II and is clearly eye-catching with uts "Bespoke Mother of Pearl" body paint which the brand’s officials pretend to be the most expensive one-off paint ever created by the company and it was hand polished in no less than 12 hours.

However, despite the exterior spectacular view, the most import changes occur on the inside. Here we can easily notice the two-tone coachline with blossom motif applied by using a brush made from squirrel hair. Woven silk coming straight from Suzhou, China was inserted throughout the cabin and in some areas crimson blossoms were hand painted directly onto the silk, requiring a 600 hours amount of work for each panel.

Opulent materials such as rare smoked cherrywood are used to give the cabin a more oriental theme while for other elements Rolls-Royce used bamboo. The luggage area has been covered in Arctic White leather with a carpet manufactured from the same material and two parasols featuring the Serenity motif and leather loops. With all these being said, it is sure that the Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity can’t remain unnoticed in Geneva.


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