19 January 2022

A one-of-a-kind Roll-Royce Cullinan was created to mark the UAE’s Golden Jubilee in 2021, reports Leatherbiz.



The exterior features the national flag and the interior (pictured) mirrors it, with white, black and red leather.

Rolls-Royce Bespoke commissions, and sales, reached record levels in 2021.

A Shanghai based client commissioned a Bespoke Wraith in Pebble Paradiso blue, featuring artwork of a baby girl’s footprints, a tribute to the client’s long sought-after bundle of joy.

The two-tone interior features two shades of blue in natural grain leather and a personalised constellation paying tribute to her daughter.

A unique collaboration saw the House of Rolls-Royce and the House of Hermès co-create a Bespoke Phantom for Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa.

Named Phantom Oribe, the car features a bespoke two-tone exterior finish, inspired by the client’s collection of ancient Japanese ceramics, Oribe ware.

The Rolls-Royce paint was made available for use on the client’s private jet that the Phantom is paired with.

The interior is finished predominantly in Hermès Enea Green leather.

CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös said: “In 2021, we delivered 5,586 motor cars to clients around the world, having worked closely with clients to further expand the boundaries of creativity within our Bespoke Collective. This has resulted in some truly remarkable commissions.

“Rolls-Royce has once again demonstrated an innate understanding of craftsmanship, honing progressive and proprietary techniques amongst our highly skilled and talented team. Artisans continue to further the realm of Bespoke feasibility; precious and rare materials are used with ingenuity to create world-class examples of excellence in their field.”

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