Rolls-Royce has come out with yet another collection of bespoke luxury cars, because why not? The British luxury car maker has released the Al-Adiyat collection for those who have an affinity for horses. The word "Al-Adiyat," according to Rolls, is the noise a powerful horse makes when its hooves hit stone and sparks fly.
The bespoke collection includes 10 cars total, nine of which are Wraiths, and the other being a Phantom Coupe. All cars carry the same equestrian design theme with motifs of reins and horses found on the headrests and also elsewhere throughout the car. In addition, gold-plated horseshoe stamps are found above the clock on the center stack and on the treadplates, which also display the sequence number of the car in the collection. It'd be hard to miss the Al-Adiyat cars on the road since they're painted in a bright red paint color. Inside, red and white leather dominate the cabin, and it appears as though the cars may also come with a starlight headliner -- in red, of course.
Rolls-Royce has been revealing several special-edition Bespoke models lately, including the "Serenity" that was just revealed ahead of its Geneva debut. The Serenity's interior will feature plenty of silk as well as smoked cherry wood and mother of pearl detailing. The interior was inspired by "Rolls-Royces that have conveyed Kings and Queens, Emperors and Empresses and world leaders throughout history." Other more recent bespoke Rolls-Royces include the Phantom Drophead Coupe Nighthawk inspired by fighter jets, and the Suhail collection inspired by constellations in the sky.
It's unknown how much an Al-Adiyat collection car will cost you, but since the name is Arabic you can bet most of the cars are destined for customers in the Middle East anyway.
Source: Rolls-Royce via Facebook