Never mind our (crazy) assumptions because this luxurious coupe is indeed a sight to behold. The company explains that “inspiration for a bespoke Rolls-Royce can come from just about anywhere,” even “the entire Solar System, and our own planet as seen from space.”
This is because the linchpin of this creation proudly resides on that extra-long hood and it involves an “unique air-brushed artwork depicting the Middle East, as seen from space.” Exactly as you read it – above the engine resides an aerial view of an entire region of Earth, which required no less than 100 hours of work to become reality!
Of course, that’s not all – there's also a related hand-painted coachline that includes the Sun and the planets of the Solar System, while the theme continues inside with a special embroidery and a modified Starlight Headliner.
Not even the exterior color was chosen at random – the Royal Blue finish evokes the Earth’s water surface (which covers about 75% of our planet). The bird’s eye view (ahem, or better said – satellite view) of the Middle Eastern region is focused on the United Arab Emirates, but the panorama also depicts other renowned gems, such as the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, and the Gulf of Oman.
The custom coachline is manually painted in Emerald Green and features the Sun as well as its surrounding planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Meanwhile, the interior is more grounded, as it’s mostly inspired by the Earth’s surface.
Rolls-Royce opted for Moccasin leather seats (echoing the sandy deserts), Navy and Cobalto Blue details are reminiscent of rivers and lakes, and there are also Emerald Green touches or Arctic White “RR” letters. Again, the Middle East is featured on the Piano Milori dashboard, while in the rear there’s a spectacular embroidery depicting a scenic waterfall that was created using Photoflash technology.