The bespoke models also do their bit for the greater good, with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars spreading more than $1 million across four charities. Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai: Rolls-Royce keeps stretching the boundaries of how far it can go with bespoke models. The luxury carmaker has come up with six ‘one-of-one’ Phantom Series II Extended versions, which feature heavy inputs from its Dubai and Abu Dhabi dealerships.

The models were put together by the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective at Goodwood, the resident bespoke designer at its Private Office Dubai, and dealer partners in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, in collaboration with British artist Sacha Jafri.

“Phantom is our pinnacle product and designed to be a blank canvas, which can be transformed into a true work of art,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “This project is an extraordinary example of that.

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“We are delighted to see these motoring masterpieces come to life after a remarkable journey of collaboration, creativity and craftsmanship.” In keeping with the theme - ‘Phantom - The Six Elements’ - each car includes a unique gallery artwork hand-painted by Jafri, and ‘inspired by one of the five traditional elements - earth, water, fire, wind and air – plus humanity. The series has raised more than $1 million as charity via a fund-raising NFT in each car.

“Through my work I aim to combine the power of art with a stripped-back essence of expression, love, empathy and intention, to inspire a more conscious and intention-filled Humanity, striving for a reconnected world,” said Jafri.