Rolls-Royce Ghost ‘Oasis Edition’ Has A Rich Desert Theme

Residing with Rolls-Royce’s Abu Dhabi showroom is this bespoke two-tone Ghost ‘Oasis Edition’, featuring an Aurum and Desert Dune Metallic exterior and a Seashell interior.

According to the dealership, its Fleet Blue accents should remind you of water in a oasis, while the unique Moccasin Willow Grain leather inside alludes to the sand dune theme.

The Piano Veneer in Moccasin was developed specifically for this car, which also features golden motif inlays in the dashboard on the passenger side and on the upper door panels.

Overall, this is certainly one of the most unique Rolls-Royce Ghost models we’ve ever seen. Whether you want to call it “desert themed” of “gold themed”, that’s up to you. The detailing on the wheels and the color of the Spirit of Ecstasy might help you make up your mind on this one.

As for the beating heart of this bespoke Ghost, it’s a 6.6-liter twin turbo V12, pushing down 571 PS and 780 Nm (575 lb-ft) of torque. It’s enough to get you from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in an effortless 4.9 seconds.


  • Bash

    Who buys a Golden color car?

    • fabri99

      I would if it were in a nice gold hue. This is Champagne Gold, which is the colour pensioned men from Florida get on their Mercedes M-Class to go to the golf club.

      • Bash

        I see what you saying man.

  • Craig

    Not a fan of the colour – but that Ghost is still far nicer than any Phantom.

  • Belthronding Tinuviel

    Camels on dashboard?

    • Bash

      Because its a desert theme. Where else you can see Camels?

      • fabri99


        • Bash


      • Belthronding Tinuviel

        Rolls Royce

        • Bash

          Rolling eyes.

      • dumblikeyou2

        Why be reminded of something you see right outside the window? It’s like people who live in London or NYC with photos from IKEA of London or NYC on their walls.

        • Bash

          I guess they some of them do.

  • europeon

    They should have replaced the Spirit of Ecstasy with a prancing camel.

    • Kingsley Mpofu


  • fabri99

    I like the theme and they could’ve created something unique. The result though is of… arguable taste.


  • Blade t

    Grandpa colors….

  • TheBelltower

    I actually cannot believe there are painted camels on the dashboard. Rolls Royce has gotten so completely cheesy and gaudy with their limited edition themes. And the pus yellow interior does not help one bit.

  • dumblikeyou2

    They need an Elvis edition to top this tackmobile.

  • TeamNY

    I actually can’t believe how boring everyone is… Cars don’t have to be black and white; especially a RR can be any color you want with anything you want on it. If the pals over there like camels more power to them. I have seen few super car photos from UAE, very unique stuff!