Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow announces limited Bespoke collection

Article by Christian A., on October 29, 2013

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow decided to celebrate its 10th anniversary as an authorized Rolls-Royce dealership with the limited Bespoke collection ‘10 years Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow’. This collection of Ghost and Phantom family models are designed by the Rolls-Royce Bespoke team at the Home of Rolls-Royce, Goodwood.

According to the official press release, the cars feature a two-tone exterior paintwork, embroidered Spirit of Ecstasy figurines in the headrests and special tread plates commemorating the occasion. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow is one of the best selling Bespoke dealers and since 2003 it received several dealer awards due to its exemplary level of customer dedication and service.

Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, said: “This is an important milestone and I congratulate the whole team at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Moscow on their success. Their dedication and commitment has contributed tremendously to the re-positioning of the Rolls-Royce brand in Russia, which has developed into the most important market for us in Europe.” He continued, “The team, led by Tatiana Fitzgerald, has worked tirelessly to meet and exceed the wishes of the most discerning clientele over the last decade.”

The freshly-released Rolls-Royce Ghost is the most potent vehicle that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has ever manufactured. However, Rolls-Royce robustness is conveyed in a very unique way to other cars. It comes in a sophisticated, indulging way that some have depicted as being generated to lower the pulse, not elevate it.

The idea of straightforwardness reaches out to the act of driving the Rolls-Royce Ghost. The host of complicated engineering software and advancements underneath the surface serves to make driving smoother and more enjoyable, not to confuse or intrude.

All-new Rolls Royce Ghost is more driver-centered than any Rolls-Royce car prior to it. The driver sits in a slightly raised position behind the wheel, known as the authority position. This makes the perspective of the road much clearer. The fascia has been kept intentionally clear; it is roomy in design and has an intuitive layout. The controls are perfectly etched, with the more vital functions highlighted by accents of chrome. The soft light of the instrument panel sparkles through the widely-recognized black-rimmed steering wheel, which in turn utilizes various violin keys as well as an ergonomic roller-ball control.

The control center display is hidden behind a veneered panel until its services are called upon. All components such as satellite navigation, telephone, communication and entertainment functions are exhibited here and operated by means of a central rotary controller, flanked by quick-access buttons on the front center console.

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