This $600K Rolls-Royce Has A City Carved Into Its Interior

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Here's the ultimate capitalist car. Capitalist, as in somebody who lives in a capital (financial, cultural, political), because the Rolls-Royce Phantom Metropolitan Collection is all about the celebration of large cities around the world with images of skyscrapers cut into wood and leather.

Rolls-Royce likes to build their own bespoke series cars because collectors fork these up in an instant and the limited editions also provide a great opportunity for them to show the world what the craftsmen at the Goodwood factory can do with wood, metal and leather.

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When it comes to wood, I guess the Pinnacle Travel took the cake, but the Metropolitan is also stunning with its Darkest Tungsten exterior, special coach line, Walnut veneer and Metropolitan marquetry/embroidery depicting the city from above on your folding table. And for a base price of 450,075 Euros without tax, you also get a fancy clock.

My pictures don't do it justice, but those 25 individuals who can by this will certainly be satisfied with the quality of this V12-powered cigar room.

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tobythesandwich
tobythesandwich

Don't get me wrong. I know Rolls Royce is meant for you to be driven in. But they really don't have a great dash design at all. The layout just looks kinda generic and outdated. Amazing materials and build quality. No questions there. But it isn't really pleasing.

But of course, like I said. This is a car to be driven in, not to drive. lol