The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe is quite unlike any car in the world.
As the only convertible in the Rolls-Royce stable of cars, it’s an incredible amalgamation of world-class beauty, luxury, and performance. The hand-crafted luxury ride is one of most rare and expensive cars in the world.
To keep its more discerning customers happy, Rolls has its “Bespoke” arm churn out some uniquely over-the-top special editions.
Their latest offering is the Phantom Nighthawk. That’s right, it’s named after the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter. One look at this menacing machine and it becomes clear that this Roller is no Grey Poupon mobile. With its bright red leather interior and enough carbon fibre to make a Formula One car jealous, this thing is pure Sriracha plus Tabasco plus hit of Habanero.
In fact, its front window is treated with a stealth fighter-inspired radar absorbent material. Yes, this thing is actually a stealth car.
As for the its cockpit, the Rolls-Royce has loaded the Nighthawk with the requisite acres of fine leather.
In the Phantom Nighthawk, the Bespoke team has replaced the tradition wood veneer with carbon fibre.
In true Rolls-Royce fashion, the Nighthawk doesn't have a tachometer -- it has a 'power reserve' gauge.
Here, the Rolls shows its BMW roots, using a modified version of its parent company's iDrive controller.
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