The luxury car is a collaboration with a French fashion brand and is inspired by ancient Japanese ceramics.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa authorized fashion brand Hermès to combine with the super car brand to the UK to create a super product from Phantom VIII. A unique masterpiece handcrafted inside and out, inspired by the collection of ancient Japanese ceramics from paint colors to interior décor.
Exterior design with two-tone paint colors, including unique Oribe Green and cream color of Oribe antique pottery. Blue is the same color used on Maezawa’s private jet – in contrast to cream white.
In the cabin, the French fashion brand covers almost everything in Enea Green leather, from the steering wheel, gear lever, armrests, door cladding … and the buttons to control the air conditioning. Other leather details in hard-to-see places like the inside of the glove box, the luggage compartment, the champagne cooler, while the outside positions such as the glove box embossed with the words “Habillé par Hermès Paris “.
Enea Green leather for the head restraint and calf brackets, before Hermès added Seashell White cream accents and wool wool floor mats, everything combined to highlight the Phantom interior. The remaining high-end decorations are undertaken by Rolls-Royce such as piano wood, walnut wood for details such as the doors, the rear seat panel, and the dining table.
Hermès “Toile H” fabric door armrests, center and rear center console highlights, and head pads. The unique dashboard resembles a work of art, based on the design of famous French artist Pierre Peron, creator of many iconic scarves. The work is inspired by the Hermès horse motif and hand-finished on Open Pore Royal Walnut.
Rolls-Royce does not disclose the price of the unique work Phantom Oribe of the Japanese billionaire.
Phantom VIII is equipped with a 6.75 liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine, with a capacity of 563 horsepower, maximum torque of 900 Nm. 8-speed automatic transmission, combined with a 4-wheel steering system.