Rolls-Royce Unveils Phantom Drophead Coupe Bespoke Waterspeed Collection Sketches

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Rolls-Royce is always prepared to bring something new to the table and thus the company surprises us yet again. This time around they decided to release some minor details of their new project, developed by the company’s in-house personalization department Rolls-Royce Bespoke.
We’re talking about a new special edition, the Phantom Drophead Coupe Bespoke Waterspeed Collection that represents the company’s way of celebrating Sir Malcom Campbell’s world water-speed record from 1937. It appears that he managed to set such a record with his trusty Rolls-Royce powered Bluebird K3 boat.

Now, Rolls-Royce's in-house personalization department wants to use Campbell’s Bluebird K3 as inspiration and design something different. This time, the Bespoke team opted for materials that have never been used in the construction of a Rolls-Royce model such as steel instead of aluminum.

Concerning the chromatics, they went for a gorgeous light blue shade that makes the Phantom Coupe to die for. Looking at the sketches, we can definitely say that this particular special edition will have that wow factor we most adore in cars.

We’re not the only ones excited about the Phantom Drophead Coupe Bespoke Waterspeed Collection, Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös saying that he very much looks "forward to revealing these remarkable cars over the coming months.”

If by any chance you’re interested in this vehicle, let us tell that only 35 example will be built so we’re expecting a very high price. Still, it’s a great way to make a statement and at the same time celebrate an achievement such as Sir Campbell’s.
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