Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Unveils SG50 Ghost Series II

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Unveils SG50 Ghost Series II

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
23 Jul 2015

The interior is where the bespoke team has paid particular attention to – naturally so, as it is where an owner would spend the most time in. Like the exterior, a contrast of Consort Red and Seashell colors was picked to give a discerning nod to Singapore’s national colors. Beyond that, the iconic Merlion logo has been stitched to each of the four headrests in the car, going through 7 renditions before its design was perfected. A total of 15,080 stitches were made during this process, of which multiple stitch types were used. In particular a florentine effect tatami stitch was used to create a reflective contrast, by bending the light with the angles of the stitching. Additionally, a layer of satin stitch was also used to bring out the fine detail and definition in the design.

When the doors are opened, passengers would be greeted by a highly detailed treadplate featuring Singapore’s skyline, designed by the Goodwood Bespoke Design studio. Bespoke designer Michael Bryden referenced images of Singapore’s recognizable Central Business District (CBD) and harbour to create an abstract interpretation of the iconic skyline. The drawing was done digitally so as to achieve a high level of detail that would have been impossible through a hand sketch. It was then laser engraved onto the stainless steel tread plate, completed with the words “Hand Built in Goodwood, England for Singapore’s 50th Anniversary”.

Black Stained Ash was also chosen as the choice veneer for the SG50 Ghost Series II. An interior wood trim that is rarely ordered for a Singapore-bound Rolls-Royce Motor Car, it took approximately 28 days to produce and they have all come from the same tree.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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