These custom-made cars are a tribute to South Korea’s two largest cities – Seoul and Busan – also the first to get official showrooms from the brand back in 2004.
Now the company is looking to celebrate more than a decade of “cordial ties” with the country from eastern Asia, with two bespoke examples that are referencing the cities of Seoul and Busan. The Ghost Seoul Edition is wrapped in an Andalusian White body complete with twin coachline in Mugello Red and Cobalto Blue along with a hand-painted motif showcasing the silhouette of the Namsan Seoul Tower. The cabin is adorned with even more unique elements, starting with the black leather with white accents, Cobalto Blue stitching and Mugello Red piping and rounding up the finishes with a rear-seat entertainment system and lambswool floormats.
Next up is the Wraith Busan Edition, to which Rolls-Royce decided to add a superb two-tone Royal Blue and Jubilee Silver exterior paint as well as single coachline in Blushing Pink. The company’s design team also added a bespoke rear pillar motif with a geometrical pattern inspired by the latticework in Korea’s traditional hanok screen doors. They also added a modern twist because the lattice effect comes from intersecting metal beams and glass panels akin to the ones found skyscrapers of the Marine City in the Haeundae District. The interior features Selby Grey leather upholstery, Cobalto Blue and Navy Blue, an intricate starlight headliner as well as a 1,300-watt sound system.