British luxury carmaker, Rolls-Royce, is once again making headlines by unveiling unique specimens of their Spectre and Ghost models. Both elite cars are set to be showcased at the prestigious Elegance Contest held at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, UK.
The brand, synonymous with luxury and elegance, recently revealed the first two instances of its custom-ordered model, Droptail, a car limited to just four exclusive productions.
Now, in another exciting move, Rolls-Royce offers us a sneak peek into one-of-a-kind editions for the Spectre and Ghost. The Spectre, standing tall as the brand’s pioneering electric model, boasts a bespoke Wittering Blue shade. The interior, painted in Charles Blue, features standout Mandarin Coachline orange accents, especially noticeable on the seats. Another Spectre variant to grace the event is clothed in a golden Chartreuse hue, contrasted with a Black Diamond, while its cabin is adorned in shades of Chartreuse, Grace White, and vibrant Peony Pink highlights.
Not to be overshadowed, the Ghost, the brand’s all-time bestseller, flaunts a unique Tucana Purple body with striking Lime Green Coachline details, particularly around the tires, extending the same palette inside.
Rolls-Royce has also teased another exclusive Ghost model for the event, keeping fans in suspense about its final look.
Diving deeper, the Rolls-Royce Spectre’s power comes from its dual electric motors, providing a combined strength of 585 horsepower and 900 Nm. With its 102 kWh battery, the Spectre promises a driving range of 520 kilometers under the WLTP cycle.
On the other hand, the latest Rolls-Royce Ghost generation is powered by a hefty 6.75-liter V12 engine, delivering 571 horsepower and a torque of 850 Nm.