The Rolls-Royce Ghost was first introduced in 2009. Now, after completing a successful 10 year run in the ultra-luxury car segment, it's coming to the end of its life cycle. To celebrate this, the carmaker has revealed a limited edition Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition. This picture gallery shows all the bespoke elements the car is bestowed with, both inside and out.
Only 50 units of this Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition will be sold worldwide making it a super exclusive trim for one to own.
This Ghost Zenith Collector’s Edition is inspired by the 200EX which debuted at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. The silver satin finish on the bonnet harks back to that gem.
Now, the exclusive edition gets a two-tone paint application with gloss-contrast finish. One can have it in blue with white, red with black or silver with white along with other custom paint options.
Positioned in the centre console is an interesting concept based element - the commemorative ingot. It's made from the original 200EX Spirit of Ecstasy.
Primarily, there are three design lines of this Ghost with the plaque highlighting the origin. Yet, the carmaker has tried its best to make this car unique.
Customers can customise their Ghost under this Zenith Collector's Edition package with 50 distinct parts to maintain its exclusivity.
Then, there's contrasting leather upholstery, wooden marquetry or pano veneer finish, illuminated door pockets and even ambient lights through the perforated leather roof liner.
In fact, this special edition gets embroidery for the rear seats with similar details from the original 1907 Silver Ghost.
Another interesting feature is the shooting star effect on the roof liner via the fibre optic lights. These are just a few amongst the exclusive features in this limited edition.