The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is undoubtedly one of the finest machines to ever grace the street, but as always with Rolls-Royce, each example is up for an endless range of bespoke treatment. Here, we see a tour de force effort from the company’s Bespoke team, leverage through expansive swathes of carbon fiber.

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Unlike the previous one-off 'Maharaja Drophead Coupe', the Nighthawk is built as a collection of 9 vehicles; each is a unique offering available through the Rolls-Royce dealer near you—provided you’re somewhere in North America.

In addition to the extensive use of carbon fiber on the dash and door panels, the Nighthawks are also painted in Diamond Black Metallic paint with a matte version of the color for the hood. Around the windscreen is a treatment inspired by the radar-absorbent material found in stealth jets.

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Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe 'Nighthawk'

Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe 'Nighthawk'

Other interior aesthetic choices include Hotspur Red and black leather; carbon instrument dials with incandescent orange tips to mimic aviation instruments; and more. Other standard features of the Phantom line its based on include: adaptive LED headlamps, a potent V-12 engine, and the wafting sense of luxury that comes with the Rolls-Royce brand name.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom Nighthawk will make its debut in Phoenix tonight, followed by a display during Super Bowl XLIX.


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