Anyone can own a Rolls-Royce. I mean, all you need to join the club, is some €350,000 for a base model, and this is not a crazy lot of money in some oil-exporting parts of the world. Well, of course there is a waiting list that adds a note of exclusivity to the whole idea of owning a Phantom, but, hey, there is a number of much, much less expensive cars on the market that often take up to a year even to get to assembly line after the deposit was paid.
No wonder that BMW tries to make the British marquee more exclusive by presenting from time to time new, unique editions of the super saloon, limited to just a couple of dozens of copies.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Silver‘s production, for instance, will be limited to just a twenty units. Commemorating the centennial anniversary of the legendary Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, the Phantom Silver will be painted in a unique Metallic Ghost Silver color.
The saloon will also feature 21-inch wheels with chrome centers as well as a solid silver Spirit of Ecstasy statuette.
The Rolls Royce Phantom Silver’s interior will be finished in either Rose Leaf or Creme Light leather and straight grained Santos Palissander wood veneer.
Inside a presentation box happy owners will find a pair of key fobs and a Conway Stewart fountain pen, all made of solid silver.