Luxury automaker Rolls-Royce has officially pulled the wraps off its newest creation, the so-called Phantom Coupe Al-Adiyat, a one-off version of its range topping model.
Over the years we have seen a lot of special editions of the Rolls-Royce Phantom but it seems that the carmaker wants to begin the new year with yet another one, which is actually quite more than a special edition because this is basically a one-off model. The luxury cruiser has been called the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Al-Adiyat and it has been named after the noise “made by a powerful horse when its hooves strike stone”. The one-off vehicle has been finished in an appealing red shade, coming with the white coachline and the brushed stainless steel hood.
The biggest changes found are in its cabin where the two-tone leather seats can be found, along with the red headliner, the dark wood trim, the gold plated horseshoes on the clock and treadplates or the embroidered horses on the headrests. We are not sure at this time for whom has Rolls made this one-off car or what engine is found under its hood, but the standard model has a 6.75 liter V12, rated at 453 HP (338 kW), connected to either 6-speed automatic or an 8-speed automatic, both of them signed by ZF. Keep in mind that the Rolls-Royce Phantom is currently in production since 2003 and it is offered in a four-door sedan body style, in a two-door coupe and in a two-door convertible.