First of 30 specially-commissioned Rolls-Royces is delivered


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The first of 30 bespoke Rolls-Royce Phantoms has been delivered to Stephen Hung, joint chairman of Louis XIII Holdings, at the Geneva Motor Show.

In a delivery that marks the start of the largest single commission in Rolls-Royce history, Hung was presented with the first of the 'Stephen Red' Phantoms.

All 30 cars are to be used for The 13 hotel in Macau, with each one designed to offer the very best in customer comfort.

Each one features specially-developed wood staining, along with gold inlays throughout the interior. Occupants will also see a refrigerator house in the middle of the two rear seats, as well as picnic tables finished, again, with gold inlays.

Torsten Muller-Otvos, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars chief executive officer, said: "When luxury visionaries like Stephen Hung seek to realise even the boldest of visions, they look to those with the knowledge and skills to deliver the gift of true bespoke luxury.

First of 30 specially-commissioned Rolls-Royces is delivered

First of 30 specially-commissioned Rolls-Royces is delivered

"These remarkable examples of contemporary Rolls-Royce design reaffirm our position as the only marque capable of realising deeply personal commissions. Once delivered, these exceptional motor cars will stand with The 13 hotel as landmark sights in Macau."

All 30 of the specially-commissioned Phantoms are extended wheelbase versions. Two of the 30 come fitted with a gold 'Spirit of Ecstasy' bonnet mascot, as well as gold grilles and diamond encrusted Rolls-Royce badges. Even the paintwork on these two extra-special cars has gold flakes mixed into them.

All of the cars are due to be delivered to The 13 hotel before its official opening in the summer.