At this year’s Festival of Speed, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars marked its presence with a notable showcase of luxury, power, and innovation. The marque’s exhibit included a beautifully commissioned Phantom, Ghost, Cullinan, and the first-ever fully electric Rolls-Royce, the Spectre.
In 2021, Rolls-Royce committed to going fully electric by the end of 2030, with Spectre being the pioneer in this transformative journey. The super coupé, which completed an intensive testing program spanning over 1.5 million miles, has received resoundingly positive global feedback. Presented in two-tone Chartreuse and Black Diamond, the Spectre radiates modern luxury. Its exterior features bold 23-inch wheels, marking a first in almost a century for the marque’s two-door coupé. An elegant Chartreuse interior, complemented by Grace White and Peony Pink accents, contributes to a serene aesthetic. Beyond its static display, the Spectre will also ascend the famous Hillclimb course during the Festival’s Supercar Run, promising an electrifying performance.
The bespoke Phantom displayed carried nautical inspiration, featuring a unique Submariner Blue exterior color, mimicking deep ocean hues. The yacht-themed interior predominantly finished in Navy, contrasted with Selby Grey in the rear, creates a tranquil ambiance. An embroidered gallery, reminiscent of yacht rigging, adds a distinctive touch.
A Pop-art inspired Cullinan, presented in Gunmetal, with Phoenix Red and Serenity Green highlights, resonates with contemporary luxury. An eye-catching geometric Red pattern adorns the interior, exemplifying the marque’s extensive Bespoke capabilities.
The Ghost, Rolls-Royce’s current most successful product, is showcased in Iced Arctic White, embodying luxury, style, and grace. The interior, marked by Black and Iceland Moss appointments with Mandarin seat piping, creates a vibrant aesthetic.
In a nod to Rolls-Royce’s comprehensive representation, a Ghost in Salamanca Blue was selected as the Course Car, while a Cullinan in Dark Emerald took on the role of a Safety Car. This year’s Festival of Speed displays Rolls-Royce’s commitment to innovation, craftsmanship, and rich history.