Art Deco inspired Rolls Royce cars unveiled at the Paris Motor Show

The Rolls Royce bespoke division never fails to amaze us with their customizations. At the Pebble Beach they unveiled some extraordinary bespoke models, and RR didn’t even disappoint at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Taking inspiration from the globally acclaimed Art Deco era, the Goodwood based company rolled out three models – Phantom Saloon, Phantom Drophead Coupé and Ghost bespoke with the Art Deco aura all over the car.

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The Ghost’s exterior is two tone – Jubilee silver and Cobalto blue.
On the inside, the styling takes inspiration from Art Deco and features infinity black or arctic white colors with dual finishing on the insides.
The Phantom’s all black exteriors and the Art Deco-inspired interior detailing points to the creativity, skill and attention to detail employed by Rolls-Royce craftspeople.
The interior also includes Art Deco headrest embroidery; bespoke inlays on piano black veneer and tread plates sporting Art Deco motif further mention the style of the period.
The Phantom Drophead Coupe’s seat embroidery along with its finish colors all stand testament to its Art Deco inspiration.
The Art Deco-style geometric coachline pattern is clearly visible in the car’s interiors.

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