March 04, 2017 at 3:46 PM
After 13 years in production, the Rolls Royce revealed that this is going to be the last of the Phantoms to be produced.
The car manufacturer recently revealed pictures of the final Phantom VII to roll off the production line at Goodwood. This car is going to be a one-off since it was specifically requested by a renowned Rolls-Royce collector.
The Phantom VII is going to have a nautical theme, due to the individual design choices intended to evoke a 1930’s ocean liner.
The deep blue paint job with silver pinstripes and a solid silver Spirit of Ecstasy is matched by a powder blue leather interior featuring embroidered wave patterns in the upholstery. Even the lambs wool carpets get the ocean liner-inspired treatment and feature a hand-cut wake effect.
The car marks the end of 13 years of Phantom VII production, though, Rolls-Royce has confirmed a new version of a lighter aluminium platform is in the pipeline alongside the firm's first SUV - the Cullinan.