The Rolls-Royce Phantom Spirit of Ecstasy Edition unveiled at the New York Motor Show

A 100 years of luxury means celebrations galore. If one thing that has remained constant is the Spirit of Ecstasy. At the Rolls-Royce exhibit in New York, the well planned special edition Phantom Spirit of Ecstasy was finally unveiled. The new model adds to the long list of customized and special Phantom models. Limited to 100 models, the iconic flying lady’s special car on display spotted a multilayer Maiden Blue finish paint job. The cars will be available in four hues, including Rhapsody Black and Ethereal White Pearl, and “complemented by a range of exclusive exterior colors, wood veneers, and leather options.” The ornament will be cast in silver with a black-gold plated bezel that will feature the “commemorative inscription Spirit of Ecstasy Centenary.” The car will also spot a new collector’s special white enamel RR detailed badge on the trunk lid and the side panels.

On the inside, the Rolls-Royce’s famed twin coachline comes with a hand-painted Spirit of Ecstasy insignia based on the line-drawing by Charles Sykes, who drafted the mascot. The car will also feature an Ecstasy collection special analog clock; solid Britannia Silver plaque on the center console’s lid with a unique number engraved. The outer bezel again set in Britannia Silver integrates “the unique set of six hallmarks.” The special edition Spirit of Ecstasy Phantoms has been priced at $444,000.