The British luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce comes up with a hot new tip: "Be different!" It dressed its beautiful cars in a new coat. The limited cars boast eye-catching hues that are sure to attract attention and stand out from the crowd. Are you bold enough to drive one of these models?
If not black, what else? The car brand Rolls-Royce is trying to completely change this approach by introducing a trendy neon design and betting on its "horses" in a new coat. With these new "Neon Nights" hues, the idea that all Rolls-Royce Black Badge variants have to be black has been refuted once and for all.
The time-proven carmaker loaded with luxury up to the roof has taken a really bold step forward. It followed up on its exceptionally successful collection called "Pastel" and introduced a diverse palette of colors. Exclusive Black Badge cars such as Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan will now feature new vibrant colors. The impetus for creating the special edition was inspiration from the animal kingdom and exotic plants.
"Taking cues from the natural world, including an Australian green tree frog, a Hawaiian tree flower and an exotic butterfly, these limited hues show Black Badge bolder in colour, appealing to patrons around the world who really do dare to be different,"
Sami Coultas, designer of the Bespoke Color & Trim custom program from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, describes the limited edition.
Let us provide you a better glimpse of the new Rolls-Royce color palette. Try to imagine a Wraith Black Badge finished in Lime Rock Green, a near-luminous hue naturally bestowed on the Australian green tree frog. Paint Specialist Sami Coultas encountered the animal face to face on his travels in Australian wilderness, and it immediately caught an eye.
You can also look forward to the car's modern interior, featuring Scivaro Gray leather, fine stitching and unique edging in the aforementioned Lime Rock Green shade. Are you tired of being a house mouse? Make a statement with this car.
If you're no stranger to all that, you'll be absolutely thrilled by the Eagle Rock Red hue created for the Dawn Black Badge. This shade mimics the flowers of ‘Ōhi‘a lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha), which is surprisingly an evergreen tree native to Hawaii. When you sit behind the wheel of this incredible sleek car, you'll find yourself admiring the precise stitching of leather in the shade of Selby Gray with edgings in Koi Red.
The last shade in the limited series, Mirabeau Blue, adorns the Cullinan. This unusual color draws inspiration from the fragile winged empire of butterflies, more specifically from the exotic butterfly Rhetus periander. Found in Central and South America, this butterfly is characterized by the metallic blue color of its wings. You'll be thoroughly impressed by the interior of the car, fine-tuned down to the tiniest detail. The Arctic Blue leather finish acts as a harmonizing balm for the soul.
The limited Rolls-Royce edition in new vibrant shades includes three copies of each color, and it needs to be stressed that this applies to the market worldwide. The saying "first come, first served" goes double in this case. If you're considering one of these cars, hurry up!