Rolls-Royce has just unveiled a very special version of the popular Ghost Series II officially dubbed the SG50. The car has been created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Singapore’s independence. Considering the popularity of the Rolls-Royce Ghost in Singapore, it is little surprise why the British marque selected it as its very first car created to commemorate an entire country.
Each example of the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is finished in a bright shade of white complemented by a dark red coachline designed to reflect the Singapore national flag. As you’d expect from Rolls-Royce, that coachline is completely hand painted by one of its expert employees.
Elsewhere, the car features silver and gloss black wheels while the tread plates feature an engraved outline of Singapore’s skyline alongside words reading “Hand Built in Goodwood, England for Singapore’s 50th Anniversary”.
Moving to the inside, the Ghost Series II SG50 for Singapore stylishly combines dark red with a selection of eye-catching white accents. Among the red elements are the leather covered seats, headrests and door panels. Special silver stitching is also found throughout.
It remains to be seen if the SG50 is a one-off or if it will be produced in limited numbers.