It is limited indeed. The British luxury car maker plans to build only 25 cars in an exclusive series called the Rolls-Royce Phantom Black.
The name speaks for itself: the upcoming series is all about black.
The body of the sedan is painted in a high luster metallic Diamond Black color with the famous twin silver coach lines.
Its 21-inch classic-styled alloy wheels, too, feature black detailing and center caps with RR badges which, I suppose, are also black.
Even the powerful 6.75-liter V12 engine has been decorated with gloss black inlet manifolds, chrome plated top covers and black Rolls-Royce badges.
By the way, the engine is really decent, to say the least. Boasting 453 bhp, the massive power plant is good enough to push the Rolls-Royce from zero to sixty in just 5.7 seconds and provide it with an electronically limited top speed of 149 mph.
I’m positively sure that you’ve already guessed that the interior also features different shades of black that are accentuated with silver decor.
According to the British manufacturer, the hand-crafted interior of the car boasts black ultra-fine leather upholstery as well as black ash wood veneer and a dashboard with black metal foil finish with a finely embossed diamond motif.
To make the color (or rather the lack thereof) even more striking, the interior of the new limited edition Phantom features numerous silvered and chromed elements, as well as those made of precious seashell.
As usual, there is a set of expensive gadgets all over the place, including the elegantly styled Nokia 8800 mobile phone.