This week Rolls-Royce has debuted the Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection at Pebble Beach. The super limited version of the Phantom Coupe is only expected to be produced 35 times. The limited edition version celebrates Charles Stewart Rolls – Rolls-Royce co-founder – who had a passion for flying and was only the second man in Britain to have a pilot’s license before his death in 1910.
Unique elements of the Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection include the Aviator Grey exterior hue accented with a matte finish on the grille, hood and window frame. Setting the aeronautical theme of the car, the interior is fitted with exclusive features like the matte-black instrument gauges, an aviation-grade clock in the middle of the dash and a lower dash veneer that mimics the look of an old wooden airplane propeller. Even the transmission tunnel boasts an anodized aluminum cover with exposed torx-head bolts which attempts to match the fuselage of Rolls’ award-winning (and Rolls-Royce-powered) Supermarine S6B aircraft.
Flip through the gallery above to see the beautifully handcrafted details of the car.
- Source: autoblog