The current Rolls-Royce Phantom is nearing its product life cycle and will soon be replaced with a new model. To mark the final year of production, Rolls-Royce is building 50 bespoke cars called Phantom Zenith that are being sold to invited buyers and collectors.
Available in coupe and drophead coupe body styles, these Phantom Zeniths will be built to customer specifications, with a few additional features to set it apart from the rest of the Phantom range.
Some of the interesting features on the Phantom Zenith includes a folding rear tail gate with a glass shelf, a larger fridge to cool your Champagne and a special Rolls-Royce picnic hamper.
All cars will be marked with a unique identification number and a piece of metal from the current Phantom production line that will soon be decommissioned, including the coordinates of the location of the piece. Another special touch is the Best English Blacking finish on the dashboard fascia and special badges. The speedometer gets a brushed steel finish too.
The cabin gets two-tone leather with the front seats wrapped in a lighter shade than the rear. Also, the starlight headliner has been revised so that it illuminates the front seat more compared to the rear. The Phantom Zenith will be available in a color palette inspired by famous Rolls-Royce cars from the history books.