Rolls-Royce unveils three special one-off ultraluxury cars for the Beijing Motor Show

Luxury at its peak!
  • Rolls-Royce made headlines at the Beijing Motor Show with their latest masterpieces.
  • It’s the ‘Spirit of Expression’ series
  • Only two units of each model are set for production

Published on Apr 24, 2024 at 12:46PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 24, 2024 at 12:47PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood
Three new Rolls Royce at Beijing Motor Show

Rolls-Royce made headlines at the Beijing Motor Show with the grand unveiling of their latest masterpieces.

It’s the ‘Spirit of Expression’ series.

These luxurious vehicles are tailor-made for the sophisticated tastes of Chinese clientele.

And as always, Rolls Royce just delivered the best of the best.

READ MORE: Is this Rolls-Royce Phantom the world’s most luxurious car?

Each car in this exclusive collection seems to have a story of its own.

Imagine stepping outside and feeling like you’re instantly whisked away to an exotic land.

That’s what the colors on these cars do.

They transport you to places like sunny beaches and lush tropics.

It’s like going on a luxury adventure without ever leaving your driveway.

Step inside these cars, and you’ll feel like royalty.

The inside is super fancy, with a design that makes you think of a beautiful starry night.

And let’s talk comfort – the cars revealed at the Beijing Motor Show got the softest leather seats, fancy stitching, and every little detail just right.

Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended Magnetism is all about giving you that beach vibe, making you feel like you’re cruising along the coast.

And the Spectre Escapism? It’s like driving through the lively jungles of South America.

And let’s not forget the Ghost Extended Expressionism – with its stunning blue exterior, it’s like a peaceful day by the ocean, right on wheels!

With only two units of each model set for production, owning a ‘Spirit of Expression’ car is a rare privilege reserved for a select few.

These cars are eco-friendly too.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom Extended emits 345 grams of CO2 per kilometer and consumes 15.1 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers.

Meanwhile, the Ghost Extended emits slightly less CO2, at 343 grams per kilometer, and consumes 15.0 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers.

On the other hand, the Spectre is all about electric power, with a consumption of 2.6-2.8 miles per kilowatt-hour and an electric range of 329 miles.

Apart from being eco-friendly, these cars are also beautifully detailed.

They feature hand-painted coachlines that add a touch of elegance.

To top it off, each car has an illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy figurine that shines bright, adding that special flair of Rolls Royce.

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