At The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering last month, Rolls-Royce showcased the Phantom Series II featuring bespoke design highlights. The example we are seeing here has been named ‘Maverick’ by the company’s bespoke designers.
Not entirely sure if this example was commissioned by a client or simply a Rolls-Royce’s demo of bespoke possibilities, but the exterior is finished in a two-tone paint combo of Black over Monteverde Green, complemented with a bold, hand applied Peony Pink coachline. The pink color set against the darker shades is simply to match the interior theme. But as you can probably tell, the exterior is not just about that dual-tone paint scheme.
The Pantheon Grille is now illuminated, with each metal vane specifically finished to offer a subtle glow. The headlights are graced with 580 intricate laser-cut bezel starlights. And, the wheels are apparently 3D milled from stainless steel.
Inside, Peony Pink is gonna be a contrasting shade against Scivaro Grey, of course. The Gallery in this special commission features a unique embroidery design finished in Scivaro Grey with a Peony Pink thread. Obsydian Ayous open-pore wood and canadel (wood) paneling are some of the other key highlights of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II.