Rolls-Royce Puts A New Spin On Automotive Easter Eggs With Pastel Colored Pebble Beach Collection

It’s been nearly two days since Rolls-Royce introduced their latest special edition, so the company is now following up with the Pebble Beach 2019 Collection.

Drawing inspiration from the “hills, sand and sea surrounding Pebble Beach,” the collection consists of 13 bespoke models which will be offered exclusively to customers attending Monterey Car Week.

First up is a trio of cars known as the Pastel Collection. While they’ll probably remind you of Easter eggs, the company says they’re actually inspired by the wildflower super bloom on the Monterey Peninsula.

The Ghost Black Badge sports a new paint finish called Light Green Solid. While it looks white in certain conditions, Roll-Royce says it’s actually a pastel green which “represents the rebirth of the flora on the peninsula following the years of drought and fire.” The model also has a black leather interior with a Serenity Green accent on the dashboard.

Next up is the Dawn Black Badge which features a Coral Solid paint job that looks a bit like bubble gum. While the color won’t appeal to everyone, the car required seven coats of paint and more than nine hours of hand polishing. Inside, there’s two-tone Artic White and Sunset upholstery.

Rounding out the group is the Wraith Black Badge which sports a Semaphore Yellow exterior. There’s also a Selby Grey and Lemon interior.

Also Read: Rolls-Royce Black Badge Models Take Over The Streets Of Tokyo

All three models have treadplates that read “Pebble Beach 2019 – Special Commission.” Buyers will also find technical fiber trim and a starlight headliner.

Besides the aforementioned models, Rolls-Royce will showcase a Phantom with a Black Diamond and Gold exterior. There will also be four Cullinan crossovers in Burnout Grey, Black Green, Iced Gunmetal and Galilea Blue. Rolls-Royce says their ‘iced’ paints have a “subtle finish [that] offers the solid effect of matte colors with an elegant shine.”

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    I’ll take one in every color

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