Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost debuts an audacious St. Tropez Orange shade

The St. Tropez Black Badge Ghost brings to life the magical world of Bespoke

Rolls-Royce motor cars are a symbol of extravagant and opulent stature, and the Black Badge trim dares to splash some bespoke flair to the luxury four-wheelers. However, what you see here is a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost finished in a stunning St. Tropez Orange exterior that explores the limitless world of the British marque’s customisation division, Bespoke. 

Rolls-Royce claims St. Tropez is no ordinary shade of orange as it portrays a rebellious stance against the skyline of the world’s epicentre of luxury, Dubai. The elite individual for whom this Rolls Royce Black Badge Ghost was commissioned further opted for a Navy Blue hand-painted coachline with the infinity lemniscate and matching orange brake callipers to round up the striking exterior.

The interior gets draped in exuberant Mandarin leather with a Navy Blue finish. The bespoke Starlight Headliner further illuminates the cabin to present the typical yet extravagant Rolls Royce cabin look.

“Rolls-Royce Ghost is the purest blank canvas imaginable, and Black Badge Ghost represents its powerful, agile and fearless alter ego. Made for those who dare to be different, those igniting the rebel within, and those looking to celebrate their achievements and reward themselves, the colour of ‘St. Tropez’ says it all. Bringing this car’s dynamic personality to life in this vibrant way proves beyond all doubt that Black Badge does not need to be black: bold and daring comes in many colours.” César Habib, Regional Director Middle East & Africa, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

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