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Rolls-Royce Celestial Phantom Brings The Night Sky To You

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The Rolls-Royce Phantom came gliding into the world on January 1 back in 2003. Per the automaker, this happened at midnight. Fast forward ten years, and the automaker is ready to signify that event with a rather special Phantom designed to showcase just how luxurious customers can get with the 'Rolls-Royce Bespoke' personalization program. The car is called the Celestial Phantom, and it's designed to celebrate that 2003 event in a pretty amazing way.

The Starlight Headliner is something that's already available in the world of Rolls-Royce. It makes the interior roof of the car look like it's the night sky, and it's quite beautiful. Rolls-Royce has taken things a step further, however, for this machine. The star pattern in the Celestial Phantom exactly mimics the look of the night sky on January 1, 2003. The constellations are in the same position they were when the new Phantom came forth into the world.

That, ladies and gentlemen, is serious luxury.

On the outside, this Phantom wears a a paint scheme that is supposed to allude to the darkness of a night sky. It features fine glass particles in the actual paint that are supposed to give the vehicle more depth. Inside, the leather is finished in a shade referred to as Dusk, which aids in the starry feel of this special Phantom. Additionally, a bespoke glassware and picnic set have been created for this vehicle, which further showcase what's possible when you opt for the Bespoke Luxury offered by Rolls-Royce. The glassware features a celestial motif, while the plates are from porcelain artisan Nymphenburg and highlight the constellations appearing in the headliner.

For more from the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show, click here.

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