Rolls Royce Phantom Syntopia is the most complex bespoke Phantom ever

The Phantom Syntopia features a unique scent and a headliner requiring 700 hours for installation

Recent years have seen Rolls Royce motor cars get elevated from being the epitome of luxurious mobility to now becoming moving art pieces on wheels. And now, the British luxury carmaker has dropped its most technically complex bespoke car ever – the Rolls Royce Phantom Syntopia.

Created in collaboration with innovative fashion designer Iris van Herpen, the Phantom Syntopia draws inspiration from Haute Couture to push the boundaries of innovation and luxury. The Phantom Syntopia is a one-off creation, already called for, making it a truly bespoke product that gets matched with a one-off Haute Couture garment designed by Iris van Herpen.

The Phantom Syntopia is said to build on the concept of ‘weaving water’ and appeal to all primary human senses, including smell. Hence, the Syntopia becomes the first Rolls-Royce to use a Bespoke scent. The remaining senses would be overwhelmed by the cabin featuring three-dimensional textile sculptures capturing the movement of flowing water. The famed starlit headliner on all Rolls Royce sees its most complex application on the Syntopia, exhibiting a unique ‘Weaving Water’ pattern and taking 700 hours of collective work for installation.

The front seats get draped in Magic Grey leather while the rear seats get a silk-blend fabric. All Rolls Royce Phantom customers get to customise the passenger side of the dashboard with their favourite artwork. Rolls Royce likes to call this the ‘Gallery’, and the Syntopia benefits from an exclusive gallery artwork hand-crafted by specialists at the Home of Rolls-Royce and Iris van Herpen’s Amsterdam atelier.

The exterior gets draped in an all-new iridescent shade of purple that features blue, magenta, and gold undertones, requiring more than 3000 hours for testing and validation. The bonnet aligns with the interior, proudly exhibiting a swirly ‘weaving water’ pattern.

This unique project is an amalgamation of research and design that took four years to complete. The Phantom Syntopia would be finding its way to the owner’s garage sometime in May this year, and Rolls Royce has promised never to replicate this build.

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