Rolls-Royce Reveals Ghost Extended Wheelbase Art Deco Edition

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For those of you who don't find the Rolls-Royce Ghost to be luxurious and exclusive enough, the British automaker has unveiled the Extended Wheelbase Art Deco Edition.
After introducing the Wraith Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show and then carrying it over the Pond for a North American unveiling in New York, Rolls-Royce has pulled the wraps off its latest full-size road-yacht in Hong Kong.

The flagship vehicle is one of the only 35 units to be built and comes with several unique exterior features, such as Powder Blue body paint, an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy and Art Deco coachline on the sides. Inside, the EWB Ghost sports black and Arctic white upholstery with Powder Blue seat piping, Art Deco embroidery and Art Deco inlays within piano black wood trims.

"We are delighted to present the one and only powder blue Art Deco Ghost Extended Wheelbase in Hong Kong. This cosmopolitan city has a flourishing art scene and, for years, has been successfully synthesising culture, technology and art, much like how the Art Deco Collection has been created. We wanted to ensure that this Art Deco car had an exterior that is attractive yet subtle, complemented by an interior that is simple yet indulgent at the same time thanks to fine details inspired by the Art Deco movement," said Dan Balmer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, General Manager for Asia Pacific.

The British manufacturer says the Art Deco Collection car takes inspiration from the 1925 Paris Exposition, which was "one of the defining movements of the 20th century".
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