Custom Rolls-Royce Rose Phantom an Embroidered Beauty

By Paul Joseph

Iconic British carmakers Rolls-Royce have unveiled a lavish bespoke Phantom model featuring a grand total of one-million embroidered stitches that combine to create an assortment of intricate floral designs.

Following on from the marquee’s launch of a two-door Phantom coupe featuring an embroidery of a Peregrine Falcon with 250,000 stitches, the latest one-off customised car was commissioned by Swedish entrepreneur Ayad Al Saffar.

Rolls-Royce accepted the challenge to personalise the Phantom’s cabin in a way that has never been done before. The eye-catching floral pattern was inspired by the Phantom rose – a unique variety of rose that is exclusively grown at the Rolls-Royce factory in Goodwood, England.

Designers at Rolls-Royce chose to depict various stages of a rose flower’s life inside the cabin, with tiny buds seen growing into fully-blossomed flowers along with butterflies floating over them. T

Mr Al Saffar’s daughter, Magnolia, selected the lavish Peacock Blue exterior colour that adorns the car.

The first ever Rolls-Royce Phantom was launched in 1925.

By Paul Joseph