Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke customization division has come up with an even more impressive and exclusive version of the Drophead Coupé. Dubbed the Waterspeed Collection, its theme is distinctly aquatic – and for good reason.
The model was envisioned as an homage to Bluebird K3 watercraft created by Rolls-Royce, which set the water speed record in September 1937 on Lake Maggiore, Italy. The car comes with a custom “Maggiore Blue” livery, inspired by the waters of the eponymous lake, with the same color also featuring on the inside, along with the Windchill Grey leather scheme. Instead of the usual teak interior usually used for the Drophead’s interior, the Waterspeed edition features brushed steel, each piece being individually panel-beaten by hand for 70 hours after the initial mechanical pressing.
No details have been released regarding the price for the new model, however the Drophead Coupé is already the most expensive Roll-Royce vehicle. The price for this custom version is sure to soar to dizzying heights.