Rolls Royce has announced that they have built their final Rolls Royce Phantom VII and the car is a one off with lots of exclusive extras.
The final Rolls Royce Phantom VII is an extended wheelbase model and it comes with a range of individual features that are not found on another Phantom.
In true Phantom style, every possible detail has been considered. The clocks, featured in both the front cabin and the partition wall have been designed to echo the style of the radio clocks that adorned grand ocean liners. The Bezel, expressing 24 time zones, sits proud of the main clock, and reminiscent of HG Well’s time machine, allows the owner to rotate it in either direction depending on where they find themselves in the world.
The maritime theme even extends to Phantom’s indulgent lambswool carpets which feature a hand-cut wake effect elegantly created by the marque’s master craftspeople – perhaps a nod to the fact that this final Phantom has passed, leaving the world in its own wake.
You can find out more details about the final Rolls Royce Phantom VII over at Rolls Royce at the link below, there are no details on how much this one off Phantom cost.
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