Rolls-Royce has released a limited edition Phantom Coupe and convertible Drophead as the luxury carmaker prepares to bid farewell to the duo.
The Phantom Zenith Collection, of which there will only be 50 ever made , will mark a final hurray for the Phantom Coupe and Drophead, celebrating the cars’ near decade of existence.
Owners of these bespoke Rolls-Royce models will be able to pull over anywhere and still enjoy some of life’s finer luxuries. Like, champagne from the boot-mounted fridge that is large enough to fit two standard size bottles, poured into one of the eight, Rolls-Royce flutes.
While the champagne rests on the pull-out glass shelf, owners can enjoy the view from the comfort of a leather padded seat housed in a section of the split rear tailgate.
Of course, no road-side stop, or fox hunt, is complete without a tailor-made hamper to match the exclusive specs of the individual cars.
The Zenith Collection also features some neat little Easter-egg features, like the map of Lake Como and Lake Geneva etched into the door handles as homage to the location of each model’s concept debut. Or there’s the one-off aluminium, polished case that holds a piece of the cars’ assembly line.
Pretty cool, right? Just don’t expect to see many on Aussie roads. Just one of the 50 Zenith special editions is destined to come Down Under, priced at over a million dollars.
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