The British luxury automaker Rolls-Royce has prepared yet another limited edition of the Phantom Coupe and this time it gets the Ghawwass moniker. The name is inspired by the Arabic word for ‘diver.’ This nautical-themed Phantom Coupe was designed to celebrate the traditional method of collecting pearls from the Bahrain pearl banks.
Unfortunately, it is created specifically for the Middle East and is tailored to the expensive tastes of the people there. The company revealed this new model on its Facebook page.
The paint scheme is what attracts the most and the theme is aptly brought out by the striking turchese blue paint that covers it. It reminds one of the waters of the Gulf. Inside you have pearl veneers and the Dhow sailing boat motif, which can be seen in the coachline, headrest embroidery and as a unique raised chrome motif laid into the aluminium of the passenger panel.
As is commonly known, the Rolls-Royce is a status symbol for most of the Arabs and the exquisite colour scheme and the bright bicoloured interior scream opulence. Anyone who opts for this car, even though it may be limited, will be getting a perfect example of a mixture of Arabic grandeur with a traditional touch.