Rolls Royce has unveiled their new Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe created exclusively for customers in Dubai. Rolls Royce and royalty have always gone hand in hand since the inception of the automaker in early 20th century. The Indian Maharajas were introduced to Rolls Royce by the British Empire and they took an instant liking to brand. The special edition was “inspired by the Golden Age of the Raja” and made to honor “India’s affinity with the super-luxury marquee” as over a period of five decades, the Maharajas purchased some 840 unique Rolls-Royce motor cars. But instead of India, the Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe was revealed in Dubai at an Indian-themed evening event held in celebration of the car’s arrival at the AGMC Rolls-Royce showroom and that it was created exclusively for customers in Dubai.
The limited edition model features a Carrara White exterior with an Emerald Green coachline and Peacock emblems that celebrate the national bird of India. The convertible also has a Deep Green roof, which retracts to reveal an elegant interior and luxurious wood decking. On the inside, the cabin is wrapped in Crème Light leather highlighted with Emerald green accents. There’s also embroidered headrests, peacock-inspired styling cues and marquetry inlay on the dashboard and arm rests. “Dubai is the only market in the world to receive this extraordinary, one-of-a-kind Bespoke Phantom Drophead Coupé, which has been two years in the making – not only an incredible coup for us, but also a strong reflection of the importance that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars places on this market,” said Osman Abdelmoneim, General Manager at AGMC. Have a look at the pictures; the Rolls Royce Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupe is simply stunning.