Rolls Royce Zenith 0

The Rolls Royce Phantom is a vehicle which has underpinned luxury since its first conception. Now its seventh generation is going to be discontinued to make way for the 2018 eighth generation. To celebrate the four year stint which the seventh generation lasted for, there will be 50 special ‘Zenith’ editions unveiled. What a nice little leaving present for a vehicle that already costs around £350,000.

The 50 special Phantoms, which will only be available in either coupe or convertible layout, have already sold out, but for those who may still want to dream about it, there are many added luxury features. There is a glass holding shelf in the trunk for champagne, there is also a bespoke picnic camper and champagne fridge too. The fridge can hold up to two bottles of champagne and eight glasses. As well as that, there is also a highly detailed map of Lake Geneva engraved in the interior alongside multiple other areas where the Rolls Royce Phantom has had historical importance.

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Rolls Royce have stated that ‘Now the time has come for Phantom Drophead Coupe and Phantom Coupe to leave the stage… a moment that will be marked with a remarkable Bespoke Collection, conceived with one purpose; to once again set the highest standard by which everything is judged.’ Clearly the vehicle must have meant a lot to the company or, they have cleverly made themselves a cool £25 million of the back of these special editions.

For any price, anything can be personalised on the vehicle which sports a new glossy paint job which celebrates the Rolls Royce of the 1930s.

If you fancied splashing out on the grand car, well you can’t, sorry. But don’t be too disheartened, the company will probably be making a few more limited edition versions of the car between now and 2018. But, it might not come with the desired champagne and picnic features, or the aluminium briefcase for that matter.

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