The one-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce Phantom Orchid was unveiled in Singapore, in an event presenting a fleeting opportunity to see one of the rarest cars in the world before delivery to its owner.
Inspired by the orchid, Singapore's national flower representing a symbol of resilience, beauty and grace, the creation is the work of the marque's Bespoke Collective at Goodwood and renowned UK-based artist, Helen Amy Murray.
Like an art piece, the design radiates from the Phantom's unique Gallery feature, a space that enables its owners to exhibit art within the car, showcasing Helen Amy Murray's unique orchid-inspired hand-sculpted silk artwork - which sits housed behind a panel of pure glass running uninterrupted across the fascia of the Phantom. The orchid-inspired Picnic Table Inlays in the rear of the suite, as well as Bespoke treadplates emanate a similar theme but with subtle touches. Elegant natural colours flow through the Phantom Orchid's interior, turning the motor car into a soothing Sanctuary.
Using the Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended model, the brand’s flagship, as its "blank canvas", the Phantom Orchid boasts a resplendent exterior, and is coated by using the latest paint technology - resulting in a unique shade of white and violet that shimmers under bright lights. An eye-catching single coachline on either side of the Phantom also incorporates an orchid-inspired Bespoke motif.