Rolls-Royce ME To Unveil World Exclusive ‘Chicane’ Edition

The luxury car maker will unveil the one-of-a-kind Phantom Coupe at the Dubai Motor Show this week.



Rolls-Royce will unveil a world exclusive car at the Dubai Motor Show this week – a bespoke Phantom Coupe named the ‘Chicane’ edition.

Inspired by the famous Chicane turn at the historic Goodwood circuit in the United Kingdom, home to Rolls-Royce, the unique car is the latest in a string of one-of-a-kind models from the luxury manufacturer made for the Middle East.

Commissioned by AGMC, the authorised dealer of Rolls-Royce vehicles for Dubai, Sharjah and the northern emirates, the ‘Chicane’ edition will be unveiled at the Dubai Motor Show alongside other one-off models including an Alpine Trial Centenary Collection Ghost and a Bespoke Phantom Celestial model.

Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe 'Chicane' edition

“The Home of Rolls-Royce’s connection to such an important centre of British motoring heritage is something that fascinates my customers,” said AGMC’s Rolls-Royce Motor Cars brand manager, Mohammed El-Arishy.

“The experience of working with Rolls-Royce’s world-class designers to create the beautifully executed Chicane Phantom Coupé was exhilarating.

“As a special treat in our tenth anniversary year, Chicane will be unveiled for the first time by AGMC at the Dubai International Motor Show and is a direct response to the increase in demand for more youthful bespoke editions of Rolls-Royce’s flagship Phantom model range. This model really gives a contemporary interpretation of the brand’s heritage and our customers are the only people in the world who can own this car,” he added.

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The Chicane’s unique features include a chequered flag motif on its coach line and 21-inch Star Rims with gloss black finished inserts, while the red leather seats and black canvas roof pair with red leather floor mats and a black leather steering wheel with piano black inserts.

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