The Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity has made its debut and comes with the firm’s most expensive paint ever. The car represents the work of the company’s bespoke design team and wears a “Bespoke Mother of Pearl” unique paint which was hand-polished in 12 hours. All the efforts were put into the interior cabin which has received a two-tone coachline featuring a blossom motif that was applied by using a brush that was made out of hair from a squirrel. Also noticeable are the woven silk inserts while crimson blossoms have been pained straight onto the silk, a process which took 600 hours for each panel.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity also benefits from other high-end materials such as the smoked cherrywood, bamboo while the luggage area (including the carpet) has been wrapped around in Arctic White leather. As a final touch, the one-off vehicle has been fitted with two parasols that have leather loops and the Serenity motif.