Diamond Encrusted Rolls Royce Celestial Phantom Debuts at 2013 Dubai Motor Show

‘Rolls-Royce’ and ‘2013 Dubai Motor Show’ seems to be loving each other a lot. Hence, their love once again has sparked the lights of luxury to an added notch with the ‘Rolls-Royce Celestial Phantom’ encrusted with whopping “446 diamonds”.

Well, the Celestial Phantom was exactly unveiled at 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the one at 2013 Dubai Motor Show is been given update of the 446 diamonds, which we hem may find a lot of galore in that shimmering island of UAE.

Confirming more details, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Celestial posses no less than 446 pieces of diamonds, which are fitted into the door-cappings, center console and in the rear-privacy divider. Though, the diamonds were encrusted into the vehicle by hand, so the exclusivity of the Phantom just gained an added notch in the eyes of audience.  Meanwhile, the exterior paint and the “the finest leathers” featuring a “dusk” hue on interiors are of the same paint shade.

Rolls Royce Celestial Phantom

Well, there are no technical changes made to the vehicle, as far as we are made known, but it is just the added bits of cosmetic exclusivity on Phantom which has compelled us to write this post.

New Rolls Royce Celestial Phantom

Other model plates that were showcased under the Rolls-Royce banner in 2013 Dubai Motor Show are Phantom Coupe Chicane, Ghost Alpine Trial Centenary Edition and the sports coupe Wraith.

2013 Dubai Motor Show

“Middle East is the largest market for Bespoke in the world and in celebration of this we sought to create something truly special for the Dubai International Motor Show. Every Rolls-Royce is crafted with only the finest materials, extending the Celestial Phantom’s starry night theme with one of the rarest and most precious commodities in the world.” said Torsten Müller Ötvös, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars at the venue.

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