on 25th November 2010 | No Comments »
Los Angeles tuners, Platinum Motorsport, have given this Rolls Royce Ghost their own special touch.
Fortunately for Platinum Motorsport, their tuning kit for the luxury coupe actually accentuates the vehicle’s elegance instead of downplaying it to a ridiculous level.
The vehicle’s body had been gifted with a matt black finish, which really offers an interesting view of the Ghost’s sculpted lines.
on 22nd November 2010 | 2 Comments »
Rolls-Royce has teamed up with Beverly Hills-based designer Bijan Pakzad to custom-design 30 Limited-Edition models costing more than $1 million each.
Bijan will work closely with the luxury automaker to turn out a handful of special edition Phantoms, complete with the designer’s own personal touches.
The announcement was made last week at a special event at Bijan’s Rodeo Drive Boutique complete with the designer’s own yellow Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe.
on 8th October 2010 | 1 Comment »
Fenice Milano has unveiled their new Diva tuning program for the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
The hood, grille, side sills and mirrors have all been coated in 24-karat gold, as has the interior, along with custom teak, leather and Alcantara trim.
However, they did not announced how this new package will improve the engine’s output.
on 17th August 2010 | 2 Comments »
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has announced that new Bespoke Phantoms have arrived in Abu Dhabi.
The cars are based on two different motifs which are inspired by the city’s rich culture and natural landscape.
The two Bespoke Phantoms in question are inspired by Shaheen (a very famous falcon) and by Baynounah (one of the historical places in Abu Dhabi City).
on 16th July 2010 | 1 Comment »
German luxury and exotic car tuner Mansory has released details of its latest project, the Mansory Rolls Royce White Ghost, based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
The car is painted in a subtle white and adds a new front-end featuring additional LED daytime running lights and vertical air outlets on the sides.
The Ghost will also get new side skirts, rear view mirrors on each side, a rear spoiler, and a rear apron with implied diffuser and dual sport-exhaust-system.
on 12th June 2010 | No Comments »
U.S.-based Atlantic Yachts has contracted with Rolls-Royce’s Marine division to design and engineer a new line of superyachts dubbed the NVC 85 Y.
The 85-metre craft will be built by Germany’s Nobiskrug GmbH while Atlantic’s founder Paul Madden, formerly of Blohm + Voss will oversee the project.
“The German built version of the NVC 85 Y is all about design, technology, safety at sea, and comfort,” explains Madden.
“Rolls-Royce Marine’s design team in Norway has worked diligently with us to create a yachting platform without equal.”