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16:15  07 july  2019
16:15  07 july  2019 Source:   motortrend.com

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Rolls - Royce Bespoke will personalize your new ride in an almost unlimited number of ways. Good taste is relative—what's considered acceptable in one part of the world may not work in another, and that helps explain the variety of interior/exterior color combinations we saw as we walked above the

Rolls Royce Motor Cars will customize just about anything for you, but there are actually some Crushed diamonds in the paint of your new car isn' t a step too far, neither is getting a starlight Rolls Royce Bespoke gives people exactly what they want. However, there are a few things they simply

This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car
This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car

Want 1,000 crushed diamonds incorporated into the paint of your new Rolls-Royce? No problem. Thinking of having your starlight headliner designed to show the night sky on an evening that's particularly special to you? Of course. Rolls-Royce Bespoke offers a wide range of customization options, and on a tour of the automaker's facilities in Goodwood, England, we learned about the very small list of things the craftspeople won't do—no matter how much money you've got.

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The Rolls ‑ Royce design team has one aim: to produce the world’s best motor cars . Groundbreaking visions, cutting-edge engineering and the finest craftsmanship are what keep Rolls ‑ Royce at the forefront of automotive design – striving for perfection.

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Good taste is relative—what's considered acceptable in one part of the world may not work in another, and that helps explain the variety of interior/exterior color combinations we saw as we walked above the factory floor. Even if you're the type of person to spend six figures on a whim for a new painting, there remain a few things Rolls-Royce can't or won't do. The first is that Rolls-Royce, not surprisingly, wants to stay compliant with the law. So you're on your own to remove warning labels that may appear on sun visors or sideview mirrors.

This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car© Motor Trend Staff 2019 Rolls Royce Phantom VIII front three quarter 1

And if you've ever cringed at the sight of a BMW roundel updated from the blue-and-white color scheme to white-and-pink (or another color), you may appreciate that Rolls-Royce also won't change the color of its badges. So—for now—the double-R logo will remain black on silver, or silver on black for Black Badge cars.

Jay Leno Drives His 1934 Rolls-Royce With V12 Merlin Engine

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Rolls - Royce lifts the lid on what customers do to their cars . Once you’ve shelled out a million on your Rolls - Royce , you can Other highlights include a grille milled from solid aluminium, a clock made from titanium and macassar ebony veneer and customised luggage fashioned from carbon fibre and leather.

This Bespoke Rolls - Royce motor car is a romantic commemoration of a decade of craftsmanship. A truly unique car , Celestial Phantom encapsulates the spirit of 1 January 2003 when – at midnight – the new Phantom was revealed and handed over to its owner, at the Home of Rolls - Royce .

This Is What Rolls-Royce Won’t Customize On Your New Bespoke Car© Motor Trend Staff

To get a better idea of Rolls-Royce Bespoke's capabilities, we got a close look at the 50-unit Wraith Eagle VIII Collection car. Although this Wraith appears understated for a special-edition, the real magic is inside. Swipe through our gallery at the top of the page to see more of the Eagle VIII Collection's details, and learn more about it here.

And if you're still not sure how to customize the Cullinan or Ghost you ordered, keep an eye out for special-edition models; Rolls-Royce tells us it usually has two special editions a year. As Bespoke designer Matt Danton aptly told us, the special editions keep the Bespoke team sharp.

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