2018 was the best year in Rolls-Royce’s 115-year history with some 4,107 luxury cars delivered to customers in over 50 countries.The Phantom was a major growth-driver, followed by the Wraith and Dawn models.
The luxury brand also enjoyed record demands for more personalized and customized cars through its Bespoke Collective division at Goodwood, UK.
Let’s take a look at the best Bespoke Models that Rolls-Royce delivered to its customers in 2018
$850,000 2019 Rolls-Royce Dawn Black Badge
Google’s vice-president of engineering, Benjamin Treynor Sloss, took delivery of this personalised Dawn Black Badge at last year’s Pebble Beach.
The Rolls-Royce’s Luminary Collection comprises of 55 Wraiths, all of which were designed to be a “truly innovative statement of modern luxury”.Its famed Starlight Headliner features eight shooting stars that appear at random.
Czechoslovak Squadron Dawn
It is designed to commemorate the Czechoslovak airmen of the RAF’s 312 and 313 Squadrons during the Battle of Britain. It features squadrons’ badges on the headrests and a diagram of a Rolls-Royce Merlin aero engine between the rear seats.
Adamas simply means “untameable” or “invincible”, according to Rolls-Royce. The Adamas Dawn comprises of 40 Wraiths and 30 Dawns .Even the Spirit of Ecstasy is made from aerospace-grade carbon-fibre, and the dashboard clock is embedded with laboratory-grown black diamonds.
Last year also saw so many Nigerian celebraties,CEO’s and Oil tycoons acquiring different models from the UK-made luxury brand.