British luxury auto maker Rolls-Royce rolled out its latest Pebble Beach 2019 Collection — in a pop of colours more vibrant than the marque has ever attempted previously. Unveiled to an exclusive clientele at the Monterey Car Week, held earlier this month, the series includes 13 bespoke commissions. Inspired by the hills, sand and sea of Pebble Beach in the Monterey Peninsula, the cars are an ode to the spectacular, multi-hued beauty of the Californian region.

This special edition collection includes the flagship Phantom, four Cullinans, four Dawns, two Ghosts and two Wraiths. “This year we present the largest offering of Rolls-Royce motor cars ever and in the most vivid Bespoke colors and configurations in history,” said Martin Fritsches, president of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars North America. “It’s thrilling to introduce the 2019 Pebble Beach Collection, as the world gathers to view the classics the brand has created over the past 115 years.”

This is Rolls-Royce’s most colourful collection ever. (Credit: Rolls-Royce)

The single Phantom boasts a shimmering black diamond and gold bespoke exterior, while the four Cullinans come in stunning shades of burnout grey, black green, iced gunmetal and galilea blue. For the Dawns, Ghosts and Wraiths, Rolls Royce brings in the modern styling theme of the Black Badge series in matte pastel shades.

The Ghost Black Badge, for instance, comes in light green solid, representing the rebirth of flora on the Monterey Peninsula after years of fire and drought. The handcrafted leather interior is splashed with black and serenity green. The powerful Wraith comes in a sunny semaphore yellow exterior and a Selby grey and lemon interior. While the Dawn presents a solid coral exterior and arctic white and sunset interior, bringing to mind the blooming hills and valleys of northern California.

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