The Rolls-Royce Phantom Nautica looks to the sea
After Limelight and Serentity, unveiled earlier in 2015, Rolls-Royce will present a new version of its Phantom, the Nautica.
Inspired by the graceful lines of a yacht, it was designed and created by the brand’s Bespoke branch, onsite in its Goodwood workshop in England.
The Rolls-Royce Nautica, a one-off model for now, is a two-tone Orchid White and Arabian Blue car that reflects the colors of the ocean.
Yacht references are aplenty, starting with the materials used for the Nautica’s interior, including a Tudor oak veneer along with boxwood inlays.
On the passenger panel resides another anchor motif inlayed in the marquetry while the seats have been wrapped in Forest Fall leather with Navy Blue piping complemented by Tudor oak door capping.
The whole is complemented by a compass specifically designed for this one-off Phantom that sits in the drawer on the central dashboard.
Bespoke hasn’t disclosed who ordered the one-off Nautica Edition and how much of a premium it carried over a stock Phantom.