Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity Concept Unveiled At Geneva Motor Show

Rolls-Royce’s meaning of Serenity is certainly a one-off Phantom for the Geneva Motor Show. Unveiled this new concept car based on the Phantom Series II, the Phantom features extensive use of silk, bamboo and white arctic leather inside the cabin. But on the outers, it claimed to have used the costliest paint shade ever made by the company, called as Mother of Pearl. Motif is also selected carefully to suit the interiors.

The imported silk of China being used in the cabin can be found only on rear seats, where the front row is covered in Arctic white leather, but the bamboo is used all over wherever it was needed. Some trim even sported the rare smoked cherry wood for creating a better piece of exclusivity. Though, needed not to mention, crimson blossoms had been hand painted on the silk fabric. They even said, boot too features the white Arctic leather that too is used for the floor mats. Members of the Rolls-Royce had spent almost 600 man hours in designing every panel of the car. Just to say about the last excitement about the king-sixe luxury sedan of Rolls-Royce, which too is a one-off piece in the world, sported the motif in the cabin painted by the brush that used squirrel hair.

Hence, none of the reports confirmed of any change under the hoods or its engine specifications. It’s just the company that wanted to give spectators a view how one feels standing before the car that literally belongs to the taste of a super rich monarch or a seriously wealthy businessman redefining the term of luxury once again.

Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity Concept Unveiled At Geneva Motor Show

Well, as per to us the Serenity design may appeal more of the wealthy ladies than those gentlemen. Feel free to mention your feedback in the comments section below…

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