It was at the Paris Auto Show that Rolls Royce Bespoke showcased their series of vehicles which were influenced by Art Deco Collection. Art Deco Ghost, Phantom and Phantom Drophead Coupe models were on display and the company promised to introduce limited production models of the same.
Rolls Royce is now showcasing these cars of their Art Deco Collection in Thailand, at this year’s 34th Bangkok International Motor Show. There will be just 35 such Art Deco models which will include the Ghost, Phantom, Phantom Extended Wheelbase and Ghost Extended Wheelbase. These will be seen with designs based on Greek and Egyptian motifs.
The first Rolls Royce showroom at Rama 3 in Siam Paragon Mall is set to open sometime this year which will permit customers to Rolls Royce vehicles. The company’s Bespoke services and their recently launched Wraith model is expected to see enhanced demand in the country.
All Rolls Royce vehicles are hand built by master craftsmen at the company plant in Goodwood, England. It takes a total of 60 persons anywhere from 1 month to 6 months to craft one Rolls Royce vehicle. Despite the world markets facing economic constraints, the company sold a total of 3,575 vehicles during the year 2012 which accounted for the third consecutive year of record sales and best sales in the company’s 108 year history.