Behold: the Rolls-Royce x Hermès Phantom Oribe – commissioned by Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, handcrafted by Rolls-Royce and Hermès specialists at the brands’ West Sussex and Paris workshops and envisioned as a “land jet” to complement the entrepreneur’s private aircraft. 

The two-tone MZ Oribe Green and cream exterior references Maezawa’s collection of ancient Japanese ceramics (and the colour scheme of his private jet).

The  interior features hand-stitched Enea Green leather upholstery and ‘Toile H’ canvas by Hermès and a ‘gallery installation’ echoing the brand’s Pierre Péron horse motif  hand-painted on the open pore royal walnut dash.

The top end Phantom costs £446,000 (€513,720). This one probably cost a bit more.


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9 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

    1. Rily

      Especially the IKEA wood interior
      Gone are the days of birr walnut
      As for the padded dash
      In a rolls one expect British empire not ikea

  1. Paulus

    Well unlike some of the door-wedge 1 meter high yokes that we see here for similar money, at least the more mature customer would be able to get in and out of this without rupturing themselves.

  2. Rosette of Sirius

    When it comes to the classic marques of RR and Bentley, VW has done a much better job with Bentley than BMW has with RR. And I do like me my BMWs.

  3. Clampers Outside

    I don’t like that sloping rear, neither viewed from the side or directly from the back. Mercedes are doing it too on their big cars, and it makes them, to my mind, look like bog standard saloon car that could be from Toyota…. or any other regular brand.

    I do like it otherwise :) Good colour combo.

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