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by Adam Lynton
A brown-on-brown two-tone Ghost was also recently commissioned by a customer out of the Middle East.
Hidden amongst the collection of Phantom Series II models revealed at the Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce had a two-tone Ghost, one of the first examples of this brand-new paint scheme. Finished in Infinity Black with a Cassiopeia Silver upper two-tone, the new bespoke option complements the popular two-tone Phantom models. A typically opulent interior features the same two-tone coloration with seashell headlining, black leather and black-stained ash veneer, and lambswool floor mats.
"Whether Ghost or Phantom, any Rolls-Royce is a work of art, taking its place in our clients' luxury collections alongside yachts, helicopters and fine jewelry," said Torsten Muller-Otvos, CEO Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. "So I am delighted that we are now able to offer two-tone options for Ghost as well as for Phantom, features that once again extend the palette upon which a Rolls-Royce masterpiece can be painted." Recently commissioned was another two-tone Ghost, with a color scheme of Bayunah Brown with Arizona Sun adorning the hood, window surrounds, roof and luggage compartment.
Finishing the personalized Roller is a gold-plated Spirit of Ecstasy and double coach-line in gold. Following the Fenice Milano 'Paris Purple' Ghost these paintjobs seems pretty tame, although customers beset on personalization at least have some more color options to keep them satisfied.