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Check Out How You Can Customize a Rolls-Royce

Take a tour of the Rolls-Royce Commissioning Suite. With the sales manager, see how clients pick out color, interior, and other details of a signature Rolls-Royce vehicle.


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Ever dreamed of owning a Rolls-Royce? Given that the company's signature vehicle -- the Rolls Royce Ghost -- carries a price tag around $250,000, it will stay a dream for most people. However, a video from Goodwood Road and Racing takes us into the Rolls-Royce Commissioning Suite. This is where top-tier customers go to customise their personal vehicle. The tour from the bespoke sales manager, Nick Osy de Zegwaart, starts by looking at colors available for the car's exterior paint. 

The colors are presented on small “speed forms” or molds of the Rolls iconic shape. There are more than 44,000 colors available to customers. However, if they can’t find one they like, it's also possible for a new color to be created. If you're going to pay that much money for a car, you might as well make sure you're obsessed with the color. 

Once the outside of the car is determined, customers move onto thinking about how to customise the interior of the car. You can choose not only the color of the leather but also which type The Rolls-Royce customization atelier specializes in exotic leathers allowing future car owners to choose from a wide range of animals including ostrich and alligator. Other customization items include seat embroidery and steering wheel colors.

The famous Rolls-Royce umbrella which sits inside the door of the car is also able to be customized to match the new car. It is these kinds of details that make Rolls Royce just so synonymous with luxury and detail. As the cars co-founder, Henry Royce, famously said, "Strive for perfection in everything you do." Until we can strive to buy a Rolls-Royce of our own, we'll strive not to drool over these incredible vehicles too much.

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