Rolls Royce Reveals Ghost Mysore Collection; Inspired From Tipu Sultan
Rolls-Royce, the opulent carmaker has unveiled the new Ghost Mysore Collection. This 'Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection' takes inspiration from Tipu Sultan, former ruler of the kingdom, who was also known as the Tiger of Mysore. Only three of such models will be built and exclusively for the customers in Abu Dhabi.
In Arabic, Mysore also refers to wealth and power. The Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection gets extended wheelbase models and features a unique coachline with a peacock emblem. The Mysore Collection is created by the company's Bespoke division. The model embraces gold Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament and rides on five-spoke alloy wheels.
Inside the cabin, the two-tone interior gets tiger and peacock-inspired headrest, luxurious wood trim and Mysore branded sill plates. Moreover, recently the automaker unveiled Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupé created exclusively for customers in Dubai. With the Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupé, Rolls-Royce pays homage to Indian Rajas and Maharajas as their relation with the company goes back to 100 years ago. While with the Ghost Mysore Collection, the automaker pays homage to Tipu Sultan, the great ruler of Mysore.
Technical data is yet to be revealed but since the car is based on Extended Wheelbase Ghost Series II, it is powered by 6592 cc, 6.6-litre, V12 petrol engine mustering power of 563bhp@5250rpm and peak torque of 780Nm@1500rpm.
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