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Posted by Glenn Rowswell on 9th March 2020

We love a tastefully retrimmed interior. After all, the inside of your car is really the most important bit, it’s where you spend all your time when you’re out and about enjoying it. But this… this is taking the mickey a bit, isn’t it?

What you’re seeing here is the Rose Phantom, a Rolls-Royce whose custom interior comprises one million stitches. It’s a bespoke commission by a wealthy Stockholm-based enthusiast who likes flowers so much he’s named all his children after them.

He challenged the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective to create ‘a car that immerses its occupants in a beguiling floral scene’, and that’s just what they’ve done; inspired by Rolls-Royce’s own on-site rose garden, the Phantom’s innards show a progression from buds to full bloom in an asymmetric design that appears to grow across the rooflining.

So… who’s going to be the first to try and replicate this kind of thing in a Fiesta?

Words Dan Bevis