Rolls-Royce introduces the one thousand and one nights ghost collection
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Middle East is delighted to present a Bespoke collection of Ghost family cars, inspired by the incredible tales of ‘The Arabian Nights Entertainment’.
A series of two-tone paint schemes, specially created by the Bespoke team at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England, draws on a warm colour palette that serves as the perfect backdrop for hand-painted coachlines. These intricately applied detail touches, expressing the Arabic words ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ culminate in an elaborate design that elegantly frames the car’s door handles.
Regarded as one of the region’s most famous works of literature, the epic tales told by Scheherazade to Shahryar have captivated readers and storytellers for centuries.
Geoff Briscoe, Director Middle East, Africa and Latin America for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars said: “A Rolls-Royce is the perfect canvas from which to commission highly individual motoring masterpieces. The One Thousand and One Nights collection is a testament to the ability of our Bespoke designers to take inspiration from a rich array of cultures.”
The limited ‘One Thousand and One Nights Bespoke Ghost Collection will be launched in three chapters. Chapter one will be unveiled at the Sharjah International Automobile Show on 28 November 2012. Chapters two and three will follow in the first and third quarter of 2013 respectively.
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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is an English manufacturer of luxury cars based at the Goodwood plant in West Sussex, England. The factory is located across from the historic Goodwood Circuit in Goodwood, West Sussex, England. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of BMW and is the current producer of Rolls-Royce branded cars, whose historical production dates back to 1904 through Rolls-Royce Limited and Rolls-Royce Motors.
The history of Rolls-Royce began as Rolls-Royce Limited which started manufacturing cars in 1903. The factory at Goodwood is the fifth Rolls-Royce UK based car production facility since 1904. The previous four were located in Manchester, London, Derby, and Crewe.
In 2011, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars sold 3,538 cars, up 31 percent on the year before, dominated by Phantom and Ghost models sold, beating the previous record from 1978. The strong sales growth occurred in the Asia Pacific region by up 47 percent, followed by Britain with up 30 percent and Middle East sales up 23 percent.