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The Rolls-Royce Ghost Prism is the purest canvas for self-expression

Limited to just 120 units worldwide, this bespoke vehicle caters to the aesthetic preferences of the luxury automotive brand's most influential clientele in fashion and design. Share

Rolls-Royce has unveiled the Ghost Prism, an embodiment of contemporary design inspired by the latest trends in the fashion, design, and super-luxury realms. This limited edition vehicle, with only 120 units available globally, aligns with Rolls-Royce’s 120th anniversary in 2024, celebrating the marque’s legacy of unparalleled luxury and innovation. These clients bring their professional acumen and personal taste to bear on their custom Rolls-Royce creations, leading to the birth of the Ghost Prism, a vehicle that marries automotive luxury with avant-garde design.

“At Rolls-Royce, we are led by the tastes and desires of our clients, who in many cases determine global trends in fashion and the wider luxury sector. Ghost Prism is an extension of the personal aesthetic of a specific subset from this group of tastemakers. The motor car’s innovative use of dark, neutral tones with subtle impulses of colour, places it firmly within the contemporary luxury landscape. Our clients are experts and connoisseurs who know exactly what they want; Ghost Prism celebrates the unique relationship we have with them.” Anders Warming, Director of Design, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

Crafted for those with a keen eye for emerging aesthetic movements, the Ghost Prism reflects a sophisticated blend of understated, dark, neutral tones, accented with bold, vivid colours. The choice of Gunmetal grey for the exterior speaks to a refined elegance, achieved through a rigorous 10-step painting process. This meticulous method includes the application of four layers of paint, each polished by hand for 16 hours, culminating in a finish of rich mineral depth.

In a departure from the classic Rolls-Royce aesthetic, the Ghost Prism features a high-gloss Burnout finish on its grille and rear-lid brightwork, replacing the traditional mirror-polished stainless steel. This smoked black-grey hue is the result of an intricate process where each metal piece is hand-prepared, primed, painted with four coats of Burnout, and then polished to match the coachwork’s brilliance. The motor car’s exterior detailing is further accentuated with deep gloss black finishes on the front bumper and side profile brightwork, reinforcing its sleek and modern appearance.

The Ghost Prism’s design philosophy extends to the option of four striking accent colours—Phoenix Red, Turchese, Mandarin, and Forge Yellow. These colours enliven the lower bumper inserts, brake calipers, and coachline, creating a dramatic contrast that highlights the vehicle’s mechanical, aerodynamic, and sculptural elements. This contemporary design movement’s essence is encapsulated in the sparing yet impactful use of colour, which also permeates the interior through the Bespoke Starlight Headliner. This feature, with 1,040 coloured ‘stars’, introduces a gentle, ambient glow to the cabin, enhancing the vehicle’s interior atmosphere.

While the Ghost Prism’s exterior exudes a bold authority with its dark tones and vibrant accents, the interior suite offers clients the flexibility to choose from a nearly limitless palette of Bespoke colourways. Early commissions of the Ghost Prism have favoured a light and vibrant interior palette, contrasting beautifully with the exterior’s sophistication.

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