Rolls-Royce is showcasing three new editions of their Phantom, Phantom Drophead and Ghost series at the Paris Motor Show 2012. The Art Deco-inspired luxury cars are placed at their stand and we got the chance to have a closer look!
The models have been outfitted with retro styling and colours that emulate the art deco design period that originated in Paris and spanned through 1920’s and 1930’s. The Rolls-Royce line-up already emulate the style pretty well with the Pantheon grille, spirit of ecstasy and interior details. Now Rolls-Royce added a set of art-deco inspired colour themes to three models, with news that customers will be allowed to build their own custom art deco cars!
Rolls-Royce Phantom Art Deco
The Phantom is now available with Infinity Black, Arabian blue, Powder Blue or Arctic White exterior colours. It feature a bespoke, twin coachline with an Art Deco motif. Inside, the Phantom gets Arctic White leather with contrasting black accents, Art Deco headrest embroidery, bespoke inlays on piano black veneer and tread plates sporting Art Deco motif reference the style of the period. The Phantom also features an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy emblem.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Art Deco
The Phantom Drophead is now available with the same options as the Rolls-Royce Phantom, above. Rolls-Royce unveiled an example that features a powder blue interior and exterior with mother of pearl inlays!
Rolls-Royce Ghost Art Deco
The Ghost gets Jubilee Silver and Cobalt Blue two-tone paint job with Rolls-Royce logos embroidered throughout. The Ghost range is now available with infinity black or arctic white with dual bespoke coach line and an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy. Interior styling includes handcrafted Art Deco inlays, as well as Olympia-inspired motif on tread plates and headrest embroidery. A black and white interior scheme featuring a choice of four seat piping colours takes inspiration from the colour palette of the era.