Rolls Royce unveiled the one-off Rose Phantom for flower-loving billionaire


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Would you believe that a Swedish Billionaire’s love for flowers made him wait 35 years to have a Rolls-Royce model called “Rose Phantom”? See the car here!

A special-edition Rolls-Royce sedan called the “Rose Phantom” was recently commissioned by Swedish billionaire, Ayad Al Saffar because the model was inspired by his love for flowers and he waited for 35-years to have a Rolls.


This is the special-edition bespoke Rolls-Royce branded as the “Rose Phantom”

This beautiful new sedan got its name from the Rolls-Royce’s Rose garden located in Goodwood which happens to be the only place you can find a “Phantom Rose” flower.

It is worth mentioning that Al Saffar’s daughter called Magnolia was actually named after a beautiful flower and funny enough, she was actively involved in the making of this bespoke Rose Phantom car.

In a recent report on this new car, Ieuan Hatherall - the bespoke designer for British automaker, Rolls-Royce said;

“The patron wanted to create that same feeling of awe; an abundance of flowers to lift the spirit and celebrate nature’s decadent beauty, in the Rose Phantom’s serene interior.”

Features of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose model

This RR Phantom model is finished in a calm-looking Peacock Blue Rose colour. It also comes with 1 million fine stitches across the rear suicide-doors, dashboard and roof’s satin embroidery.

The charming starlight headliner of this Phantom Rose sedan illuminates the car’s roof linings which are well-designed with respective stages of maturity of a typical Phantom Rose flower.

This gorgeous bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose model is exclusively powered by 6.75-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine which outputs a massive 563hp and 664-lb-ft of torque.


Catch a glimpse of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose’s interior

During a recent interview Al Saffar, the owner of this One-off Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose, he said;

“When I was selling in the free market, I decided already then my next car would be a Rolls-Royce,”

“It took me 35 years to achieve that dream.”

“It became an amazing piece of art, and I will never ever ever sell this car,”


Rolls Royce is famous for its unique work, like this flowery Serenity

You can check out the short video clip below where this special-edition Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose is being showcased;

  The Rolls-Royce Phantom Rose – One of a Kind

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