Rolls Royce to unveil a bespoke collection of cars from Home of Rolls Royce Collection

1st January 2013 marked 10 years of production at the home of Rolls Royce in Goodwood, England. To celebrate this momentous occasion the bespoke team inGoodwood, has conceived and designed a special collection of cars titled the ‘Home of Rolls Royce Collection’ that will be unveiled this year. The collection will celebrate the incredible design, engineering and craftsmanship that goes into every single car that leaves Goodwood. The already 108 year old brand will mark this new chapter with exquisite marquetry, embroidery and hand painted coachlines that will all carry specially designed bespoke motifs; the motifs will pay homage to Rolls Royce’s luxurious history.

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars said, “In 10 years, the Home of Rolls-Royce has established a reputation as the benchmark of craftsmanship excellence. These cars will celebrate the first of many decades in this extraordinary British manufacturing success story

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The company has released a design sketch that gives customers a rare insight into the painstaking bespoke conception and design process, leaving us salivating at the idea of this special bespoke collection.