Unveiling 10 Mind-Blowing Rolls-Royce Facts You Never Knew

Written By  Aquib Nawab

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1. The Phantom Gallery

The Phantom's dashboard is transformed into a gallery space with toughened glass. Each component in the Phantom Gallery is meticulously cleaned by hand in a particle-proof Clean Room. This process takes two people two hours to complete, reflecting Rolls-Royce's dedication to perfection.

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2. Audiophile's Delight

Over 25m of fiber-optic cabling is used in Rolls-Royce cars to ensure high-quality audio transmission. The Rolls-Royce audio system ensures an immersive experience with interference immunity, making your music sound exceptional.

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3. Starlight Headliner

The Starlight Headliner features 1,340 hand-woven optical fibers that mimic the starry sky. In 2018, Rolls-Royce introduced shooting stars into the constellation, adding a touch of magic to the experience.

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4. Flawless Leather

Rolls-Royce sources leather from the finest bulls, reared at high altitudes to maintain quality. Imperfections are not tolerated, with only the highest-quality leather used in Rolls-Royce interiors.

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5. Impeccable Paint Finish

Achieving a mirror-like finish requires five layers of paint applied by robots and skilled experts. The process takes seven days and over 45kg of paint to ensure perfection in every Rolls-Royce exterior.

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6. Customized Champagne Fridge

Rolls-Royce ensures perfect Champagne serving temperatures in their cars, with fridges capable of chilling to 6°C for non-vintage and 11°C for vintage, a luxury unparalleled in other establishments.

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7. The Art of Craftsmanship

It takes 60 pairs of hands and 400 hours to build a Rolls-Royce, showcasing the meticulous craftsmanship behind each vehicle. Bespoke commissions may take even longer, demonstrating Rolls-Royce's commitment to meeting customer desires.

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8. Extreme Testing

Rolls-Royce subjects its cars to rigorous testing, including extreme suspension tests. During one such test, the Phantom Extended Wheelbase triggered a seismometer 20 miles away, highlighting its resilience and durability.

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9. Symbol of Prestige

The Spirit of Ecstasy, the iconic mascot of Rolls-Royce, is safeguarded with utmost care. A safe at the Goodwood factory contains only enough mascots for one day of production, with access limited to a select few.

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10. The Peregrine Falcon Embroidery

Rolls-Royce showcases unparalleled attention to detail with a single piece of embroidery featuring a Peregrine Falcon. This intricate design consists of nearly 250,000 stitches and took a team over one month to develop, exemplifying Rolls-Royce's dedication to luxury and artistry.

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