Rolls-Royce presents one of its exclusive creations: a unique model of the Phantom Extended, made to measure for one of its customers with Koa wood.

It is surely one of the most exclusive and luxurious Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended around. The Bespoke Collective department of Rolls-Royce designed this Fully Custom Phantom Extended, according to the very demanding requests of his client, the American billionaire Jack Boyd Smith Jr, who was inspired by a wooden Koa rocking chair to which he is particularly fond.

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This is the first time that a Rolls-Royce Phantom has taken Koa antlers in its interior, an extremely rare gasoline that can only be found in Hawaii, and which is therefore protected by the state of Hawaii. The only way to get it is to grow it on private agricultural land. The teams of the English manufacturer therefore had to negotiate for three years with a supplier, in order to obtain the precious wood.

The Rolls-Royce Koa Phantom Extended sports a blue livery “Packard Blue” also custom-designed, in homage to the 1934 Packard Twelve Coupé from its client’s collection, contrasting with a gray border “Dove Gray”. We also find on the body of this one the initials of its owner (JBS Jr) and his wife (LAS).

Inside, Koa wood contrasts with a gray leather trim “Dove Gray” as well as blue stitching. But that’s not all: the leather headliner has been sprinkled with 1,420 light optical fibers, in order to reproduce a starry constellation. The set is completed by a Champagne refrigerator, as well as a matching picnic basket combining Koa wood, leather and steel, and which required no less than 500 hours of work.

If Rolls-Royce does not specify the price of this exclusive one-off, this Rolls-Royce Koa Phantom Extended will join the personal collection of its owner, which already has about sixty luxury cars.

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