Rolls-Royce Bespoke designed two cars specifically for Salon Prive


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The Salon Prive Show took place at Blenheim Palace in September. It was an exclusive Concours d’Elegance venue and brought together many of the most passionate collectors around the globe. Rolls-Royce was delighted to participate in this event, which took place in Oxfordshire in the UK. A Black Badge Wraith and a Black Badge Cullinan were both created by the Goodwood-based manufacturer.

This particular shade of green was used to dress up the latter. There are over 40,000 paint color options available. The Black Badge theme is completed by a dark chrome Spirit of Ecstasy and blackened stainless-steel exterior treatment. 22-inch, part-polished Black Badge tires complete it. Havana has been chosen for the interior. Tan leather panels and Cashmere Grey accents are used for seat piping.

The Black Badge Wraith on display showcases the marque’s surface finish capabilities with bold Iced Premiere Silver coachwork, creating an almost monochromatic effect alongside the dark chrome Spirit of Ecstasy and 21-inch part-carbon fibre Black Badge wheels. In contrast, the interior color treatment incorporates the marque’s vivid Mugello Red. These weren’t the only Rolls-Royce cars in the show though.

The brand-new Rolls-Royce Ghost was the lead vehicle in the 120-mile Cotswolds tour. There were also a few surprises from British marque. Visitors to Salon Prive at Blenheim palace had the opportunity to get to know each one of the British showroom experts, who have developed concepts for Ghost or Phantom. For anyone who was interested in how double-R models perform on the roads, there were also Black Badge Wraiths, Black Badge Dawns, and Ghost available to test drive.

Publiated at Tue 14 Sep 2021, 15:25:05 +0000

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