Rolls-Royce has some pretty outrageous ways to customize your car
In previous years, a whopping 84% of Phantom customers commissioned their cars with some sort of bespoke design, for example.
Customers' ideas can get pretty wild.The luxury brand notes that "no request is left unexplored." Its team of designers has matched leather colors to customer lipstick, sourced wood from a tree on a buyer's estate, and found ways to pack elaborate picnic sets and wine glasses into their cars.
From the unexpected demands of wealthy buyers to the special edition cars it makes to mark special occasions, here are some of the most outrageous ways you can have your Rolls made just for you.
[An earlier version of this article was written by Alex Davies.]