Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Singapore is proud to announce the preparation of a highly Bespoke Ghost Series II in time for Singapore’s Golden Jubilee this year on 9 August 2015.
Inspired by Singapore’s culture of excellence, the Bespoke Rolls-Royce will highlight Sir Henry Royce’s call to “take the best that exists and make it better. If it does not exist, design it.”
Renee Chua, General Manager of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Singapore, described why a Bespoke Rolls-Royce has been created for the country’s momentous occasion: “Since 2003 when we launched Phantom in Singapore, we have seen the nation grow exponentially which has contributed to the success of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars here. We want to pay tribute to our country with this Bespoke car, and hope that Singapore will see continued success in the many years ahead.”
Sharing his experience of designing the vehicle, Lars Klawitter, Head of Rolls-Royce Bespoke, said, “Singapore is famously known as the Lion City, so we wanted the motifs in the car to reflect that. Also, to celebrate ‘SG50’, the theme of the year’s jubilee, we made sure to include references to the special occasion. It’s been a joy to work on this car, and I cannot wait to see its unveil closer to Singapore’s national birthday.”
Paul Harris, Regional Director for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Asia Pacific, added, “This car is a tribute to Singapore and also to our Singapore dealer, which has been an excellent brand guardian. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Singapore has one of the best showroom facilities in Asia Pacific, and it is also one of our best performing dealerships, receiving more than 10 regional awards in the areas of Bespoke, Sales and Aftersales since it opened in 2003.”
Paul also reflected on Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ presence in Asia Pacific, saying, “We chose our Asia Pacific office to be located in Singapore since 2003, because of the nation’s fantastic infrastructure and business-friendly environment. With our office managing 26 dealerships across 15 countries, we also appreciate that Singapore is an excellent regional travel hub with Asia’s pinnacle airport.”
The car will be the only one of its kind in the world, and will be unveiled before Singapore’s national day.