One Off Rolls-Royce Phantom

One Off Rolls-Royce Phantom

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has co-created a unique Phantom in a one-off collaboration with Hermès. Designed and hand-crafted by a combined team of specialists at both Rolls-Royce’s Goodwood headquarters and Hermès in Paris, the Phantom Oribe is said to reflect the personality and passions of its owner, Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa.


The client wanted his unique Phantom to be a ‘land jet’, bringing the exclusivity of private air travel to the road. The car’s two-tone exterior matches the green and cream glazes of antique Japanese Oribe ware, with the same paint being used on the client’s private jet that the Phantom will be paired with. Developed over many months by specialists in the Surface Finish Centre at Goodwood, the paint perfectly captures the “lustrous, deep-green glaze that characterises these 16th century ceramics”.

The colour scheme continues through the interior, which is finished predominantly in Hermès Enea Green leather, extending to details that include immediate touch-points like the steering wheel, duchess handles, gear selector and the rotary controls for the climate settings. The Hermès leather flows around the upper instrument panel, interior pillars and parcel shelf, as well as covering less visible surfaces like the glove compartment, decanter stowage compartment and Champagne cooler, while the glove compartment lid is embossed with the signature Habillé par Hermès Paris.

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