Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe “Last of Last” goes to Saudi Arabia image

The British automaker has completed the assembly of the final Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé, and now the one-off “Last of Last” edition is looking for an owner via a luxury dealer in Saudi Arabia.

The huge convertible gets a proper sendoff as Rolls-Royce spared no expense on the Phantom Drophead Coupé. We can start by pointing out the crystal Spirit of Ecstasy, with lighting from underneath. The hood, grille, and windshield have remained unpainted, with the brush aluminum complimenting the body’s white paint with a dash of ivory and slightly opalescent finish, while the lower portion gets a serene turquoise hue.

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Inside the same colors can be found – the seating upholstery is white with turquoise inserts – while the light blue is also present the center tunnel, steering wheel, and some of the interior trim. The carbon fiber on the lower portion of the dashboard is surely for cosmetic touches, not weight reduction. The dealer in Saudi Arabia is asking more than 450,000 euros for the very last Phantom Drophead Coupé – with Rolls also slowing down production of the current, regular Phantom as it prepares for the introduction of the next generation later this year.