Rolls-Royce Phantom Zenith Features A Champagne Bar

By Paul Joseph

Rolls-Royce has released details on the final special edition of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, as the open-top car is set to be replaced with the new Rolls-Royce Dawn.

Limited to 50 units, the Rolls-Royce Zenith Collection will celebrate its history and was studied by the company’s Bespoke design team who studied how the car augments the lifestyles of the brand’s customers.

Starting with the split-tailgate, Rolls-Royce has added a glass shelf, housed within the rear section of the tailgate, and serves as the perfect place for champagne. This is complemented by a champagne fridge large enough to hold two standard bottles and eight glasses.

Entering the cabin, the Phantom is treated with a central fascia drawer that houses a priceless memento signifying each car’s status as one of the last ever. Inside there’s a removable polished aluminium case that has been laser engraved with the car’s unique identification number.

“As we begin to write a bold new chapter in Rolls-Royce history, I am delighted to present a Bespoke Collection that so elegantly celebrates two of the world’s rarest and most celebrated luxury goods: Phantom Drophead Coupé and Phantom Coupé” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

“Phantom Zenith Collection motor cars speak of the marque’s unrelenting commitment to setting and advancing the standard by which all other luxury goods are judged.”

The seventh generation Phantom debuted in 2003, with the open-top Drophead Coupé released in 2007 and the hard-top Coupé a year after that.

By Paul Joseph