Text: Martin Aguilar / Photos: Rolls-Royce Press | posted December 19, 2014 11:15
Suhail Collection celebrates the work of the 10th century Arabic scientist Ibn al-Haitham
Following the British automaker's ultra-exclusive Maharaja Phantom Drophead vehicle, Rolls-Royce has revealed the Suhail Collection.
The newest bespoke collection of Rolls-Royce took its inspiration from Suhail, one of the brightest star constellations in the sky. According to Rolls-Royce, the Suhail Collection celebrates the work of the 10th century Arabic scientist, Ibn al-Haitham who is considered by many as the father of theoretical physics.
The Suhail Collection is comprised of Rolls-Royce Phantom, Phantom Coupe, Ghost and Wraith. The said vehicles are integrated with a number of elegantly executed designs inlcuding a unique “Moonstone Pearl” exterior paint symbolizing the color of the stars at night. The exterior styling of the Suhail Collection also has a Turchese blue coachline and a Suhail star emblem seen on the front fender.
Inside, the cabin with a creme light leather seats combined with Turchese accents framed by a navy blue intrument panel top and carpets. It also comes with an 'Ash Burr' wood trim, a bespoke clock and Suhail star emblems. Rolls-Royce adds that the Phantom and Wraith models have a “starlight headliner” to have their own “personal moment of stargazing.”