The Home of Rolls-Royce Collection was unveiled in South-east Asia for the first time last November, with Singapore being the first location.
This special edition of highly bespoke motor cars was created to mark 10 years of production at the home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England.
The 25 cars in the Phantom and Ghost collections respectively feature an intricate “celebration” motif on the front fascia that was crafted by hand. Other bespoke elements include a compass motif, which signifies Goodwood’s reputation as a global centre of manufacturing excellence.
A Home of Rolls-Royce Phantom was presented at the events in Singapore and Taiwan, while customers in Hong Kong got to view the collection’s Ghost Extended Wheelbase edition.
Dan Balmer, General Manager for Asia Pacific, said: “Rolls-Royce Bespoke is the jewel in the crown for the marque, and there is a growing trend of customers in the region commissioning bespoke features.”
He added: “In Asia-Pacific (excluding Mainland China), Rolls-Royce Bespoke grew 50 per cent year on year. Phantom customers in Singapore have one of the highest rates in the world for bespoke content in their cars.”
Paul Harris, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ Regional Director for Asia Pacific, added: “Our considered view is that Rolls-Royce has taken its place as manufacturer of the world’s pinnacle of super-luxury goods – an achievement built on the passion and commitment of every craftsperson employed at Goodwood.
“This beautiful collection is a fitting way to celebrate an extraordinary decade.”