Hang around cars long enough, and you’ll eventually come across the expression “land yacht.” This is a term used to describe big, luxurious sedans with ride comfort on par with gliding over calm seas. However, have you ever heard of the expression “land jet?” That’s what Rolls-Royce’s latest bespoke Phantom is called by its owner, Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa. He wanted a custom Rolls-Royce Phantom straight from the factory catering to his passions as an art and supercar collector. Photos of this bespoke Phantom speak a thousand words, most of them adjectives for luxury. The car’s official name is the Rolls-Royce Phantom Oribe.
The Phantom Oribe is a collaboration of craftsmanship between Rolls-Royce and luxury goods company Hermès Paris. As with any Rolls-Royce, the beauty is found in the attention to detail. The bespoke exterior color is a two-tone shade of Oribe Green, developed exclusively for this car, matched with Cream White. Inside, the Phantom Oribe’s interior is wall-to-wall Hermès premium leather in Enea Green woven amongst Open Pore Royal Walnut accents. The color scheme of olive shades of green and cream reflects Maezawa’s passion for collecting Japanese ceramics that share similar colors. According to Rolls-Royce, the Phantom Oribe is not just a bespoke car to add to a car collection. It is a matching accessory to Maezama’s recently commissioned private aircraft. Because at this level of success, it makes sense to have a matching pair – obviously.
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