Rolls-Royce unveils Bespoke Collection for Korea

Rolls-Royce unveils Bespoke Collection for Korea

Rolls-Royce celebrates over a decade of cordial ties with South Korea with the unveiling of a "Bespoke Collection for Korea" at the British Embassy in Seoul.

The Bespoke Collection, the first of its kind for the marque in the country, embraces the aesthetic heritage of South Korea with a contemporary flare true to the sophistication and dynamism of the country's largest cities of Seoul and Busan, from which the cars take their inspiration.

The two tailor-made cars are as individual as the cities they represent: flying the flag for Seoul in national colours is the world's foremost business sedan Rolls-Royce Ghost, whilst for the southeastern metropolis of Busan the canvas is the ultimate Rolls-Royce Wraith, playing to the leisure-orientated lifestyle of the coastal city. Seoul has been home to Rolls-Royce since 2004, with the marque’s second showroom in Busan joining the Rolls-Royce family in September last year.

United in their rarity, every car produced by the House of Rolls-Royce constitutes a unique personal item representing the height of creative endeavour. True to this philosophy, both cars are one-off creations from the hands of dedicated designers and craftspeople at the marque’s home in Goodwood, England, crafted through an immersive commissioning process that Korean customers can enjoy at the recently opened Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Studio in Incheon.

The Bespoke Collection comes at a time of success for Rolls-Royce in Korea. As of the end of April 2017, registrations of Rolls-Royce vehicles were up by 33% compared to the same period last year, demonstrating the popularity of the newly expanded model portfolio - the youthful drophead coupe, Dawn, having joined the Phantom, Ghost and Wraith as the fourth model line in summer 2016.

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