Like the 2016 Phantom VII Zenith, the Ghost lineup is also expected to be a highly sought-after and collected model, given that Ghost is the most successful Rolls-Royce model ever made and helps to reach younger customers with an average age of around 43 years old.
Ghost Zenith actually draws many references from the 200EX Concept, such as a warning metal made from the original 200EX Spirit of Ecstasy, melted into a plaque and positioned on the center console of each Zenith unit.
Other features include door-side lighting, intricate piece of door marquetry, embroidered back seats inspired by original Silver Ghost 1907 seat details, contrasting leather, starlight roof lamps with unique star sprinkling configurations.
As for the exterior style, the collection of these cars features a special two-tone coloring with a gloss coating of contrast paint. Available color combinations include Iguazu Blue with Andalusian White, Premiere Silver with Arctic White, or Bohemian Red with Black Diamond.
The cars that are part of this collection are being built by hand at Goodwood, where the order book is said to be closed soon.