Rolls-Royce has commissioned four models to celebrate 20 years of production at Goodwood, including a special take on its all-electric Spectre.

    This is the first time the UK-based brand has displayed the Spectre at the Goodwood Festival of Speed following its reveal last year.

    Rolls-Royce commissioned a Phantom, Ghost, and Cullinan alongside the Spectre for the event.

    “Each year automotive enthusiasts enjoy the ultimate celebration of motorsport at the prestigious Festival of Speed, set in the magnificent grounds of the historic Goodwood House,” said regional director of Rolls-Royce, Boris Weletzky.

    “This event, with its proximity to the Home of Rolls-Royce, is always an important occasion in our annual calendar. This year, however, is of particular significance – it marks the first year that our all-electric, ultra-luxury, super coupé, Spectre, will be on display at the Festival of Speed.

    “Spectre is the most anticipated Rolls-Royce ever, and we are very proud to present this transformative motor car at this year’s event. Alongside Spectre, we are delighted to showcase a vibrant and captivating assemblage of motor cars, created especially for this year’s Festival of Speed.”

    This year marks 20-years of production in Goodwood, and to celebrate the brand commissioned artists, designers, and engineers to create the unique four car line-up.

    The Spectre on display features two-tone Chartreuse and Black Diamond exterior paint and 23-inch wheels which marks the first time in almost 100 years Rolls-Royce has included its largest wheels on a two-door coupe.

    Chartreuse accents continue inside the car and accompany Grace White and Peony Pink to create a “calming and serene aesthetic to the cabin”.

    The Phantom takes inspiration from a world of yachting and offers a Submariner Blue exterior, which the brand says mimics the “deep hues of the ocean” and offers maritime connotations.

    Inside the commissioned four-door coupe, Rolls-Royce continues its nautical theme with a navy finished steering wheel, seat belt and dashboard.

    Rolls-Royce also includes a small range of “luxurious accessories”, including a bespoke luggage collection in Navy and White.

    The Rolls-Royce Cullinan features a Gunmetal exterior paint option and a double coach line finished in Phoenix Red and Serenity Green. The brand includes red brake calipers to coincide with the Phoenix Red paint detail.

    Rolls-Royce describe the interior as a true “pièce de résistance“. It offers a red pattern that is repeated throughout the cabin.

    Finally the Ghost on display features an Iced Arctic White exterior finish with a contrasting Black and Iceland Moss interior. The steering wheel features a two tone, black and Iceland Moss finish.

    The cabin features Mandarin and Iceland Moss accented stitching throughout.

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    Jade Credentino

    Jade Credentino is an automotive journalist currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Jade has had a chance to review a variety of vehicles and particularly enjoys SUVs. She enjoys traveling and going on road trips exploring Australia.

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