Monday, August 20, 2012

2012 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection

Only 35 cars expected to be built, the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Aviator Collection celebrates 
Charles Stewart Rolls – Rolls-Royce co-founder – 
who had a passion for flying and was only the second man in Britain to have a pilot's license before his death in 1910. 
Grey exterior hue accented with a matte finish on the grille, hood and window frame. 
Setting the aeronautical theme of the car, the interior is fitted with exclusive features 
like the matte-black instrument gauges, 
an aviation-grade clock in the middle of the dash and a lower dash veneer that mimics 
the look of an old wooden airplane propeller. 
Even the transmission tunnel boasts an anodized aluminum cover with exposed torx-head bolts which 
attempts to match the fuselage of Rolls' award-winning (and Rolls-Royce-powered) Supermarine S6B aircraft. 

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