Last year, 4,011 cars from Rolls-Royce factory will be delivered to customers around the world, each of which is unique.
British established brands can already boast that the two cars they produce at the Hampshire factory are never exactly the same, and some customers still want their cars to stand out from the crowd.
There are even a few people who are willing to cough seven times.
Numbers sum up to make sure their rides are as different as possible.
To demonstrate their willingness to work to ensure that the richest buyers get the perfect personalized car, Rolls-Royce has released some of the most luxurious custom designs of last year.
One of the most extravagant means of transport
Probably one of the most expensive.
Apparently designed for very romantic customers.
The convertible is equipped with a champagne refrigerator, a lighting service platform and a flute that pops out of the boot glass rack.
Another car made for Taiwanese customers, each headrest of the white leather seat is embroidered with a local blue magpie in Taiwan.
The color scheme of the whole car design is neat, with \"Silver Lake\" blue finish and \"Andalusian white\" hood.
Open the boots and customers will even find teak and white maple leaf panels in addition to the two custom panelsmade umbrellas.
At the same time, another wealthy car collector, Michael Fox, the man behind the memory --
Foam mattress with unusual requirements for the factory.
Mr Fux already has a series of Bugarris, ferraris and Lamborghinis named after him, and he wants his latest car to be painted \"Fux blue \"-
A color that he only patented for use.
Not just the color of his convertible, Mr fukes wants to be different, the millionaire insists that every material used by his car is unique.
In sharp contrast to the blue look, the rear deck and interior of the cabin are decorated as \"Arctic White \".
Blue is not your scene, Rolls-
Royce commissioned two special models to celebrate the opening of a new dealer in Sevo harbor, Sardinia, one inspired by dusk and the other inspired by dawn.
The former, the ghost, the cottage with dark purple and the seat of the beet-
The center console and door panel are equipped with ostrich bird skin.
The second dawn, with not only emerald green paint and \"shell\" leather interiors, the extravagant designer even decorated the dashboard with a jeweled version of the compass rose, consisting of emerald stone and mother of pearls.
A Floridan woman who is passionate about high-performance yachts asks for Dawn, which will replicate the feeling of the sea on the road.
The designer of the brand responded to the use of teak on the rear deck, door panel, center console and dashboard.
Even the pedals on the door have a nautical theme --
The international sea signal flag with the words \"Dawn\" is displayed on all sides.
The clock in the cabin is also oneof-a-
Based on the buyer\'s favorite watch.
But not all custom cars are built for wealthy buyers, and this is evidenced by the inspiration of the \"Great Ghost\", commissioned by a dealer in the Middle East, to celebrate the world of great classical composers.
As a result, when the exterior of the vehicle is painted with musical symbols, the internal team has been working to carve and stitch the splints into the cabin.
The car was designed for a wealthy animal-loving entrepreneur in the Far East with unique embroidery to replicate fur.
While there is no picture of the appearance of the car, it is worth noting that the stunning interior roof liner is decorated with starslights.