Saturday, February 23, 2013

Rolls Royce Wants to Mesmerize Middle Eastern Clients with ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ Ghosts

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Not that clients from the Middle East who can afford a Rolls Royce model really need a special reason to buy one, but just in case they do, the British firm is giving them one with the release of a bespoke collection of Ghost family cars named after, and inspired by, the famous tale ‘The Arabian Nights Entertainment’.Rolls Royce's Middle East division will build three different variants, with the so-called Chapter One unveiled today in advance of its public debut at the Sharjah International Automobile Show on November 28, 2012. The other two models will follow in the first and third quarter of 2013 respectively.
The first special edition 2013 Ghost featured in these images comes in a two-tone matte paint scheme with delicate pin stripes surrounding the car's body and the Arabic words ‘One Thousand and One Nights’ framing the door handles. The interior of the Ghost is trimmed in black and white leathers.
Geoff Briscoe, Rolls Royce Director for the Middle East, Africa and Latin America commented:
“A Rolls-Royce is the perfect canvas from which to commission highly individual motoring masterpieces. The One Thousand and One Nights collection is a testament to the ability of our Bespoke designers to take inspiration from a rich array of cultures.”
Further information about the car, including pricing and availability, will be announced at its motor show debut.




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