Rolls-Royce Phantom Louis XIII Special Edition debuts in Geneva

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The eye catching Rolls-Royce Phantom LWB Louis XIII Special Edition debuted on the Geneva Motor Show. It is one of a fleet of 30 ordered by Hong Kong billionaire Stephen Hung for his Louis XIII casino-hotel in Macau. All cars look exactly the same, painted in the ‘Stephen Red’ light red and fitted with bespoke 21 inch  seven-spoke wheels. The belt line is finished in 24K gold.

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The interior too is painted in Stephen Red, and how hip it is to have a Rolls-Royce color named after you… The seats are in black with white lining


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The clock is a bespoke piece of work by British diamond company Graff.


The rear is properly mad with black and white checkered seats. The 30 cars will be used to ferry high profile high rollers to and from the hotel, where they can indulge in gambling for 24 hours a day. If they loose enough Mr. Hung will be able to buy another fleet of big Rollers soon.


The red does the Phantom a lotta good. Pipes are shiny.

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