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Rolls-Royce has announced a partnership with Beverly Hills-based designer Bijan Pakzad. Bijan will work closely with the super-luxury automaker to turn out a handful of special edition Phantoms, complete with the designer's own personal touches. So far, we've been left in the dark about exactly what kinds of changes to expect, though Rolls-Royce says that Bijan will lay out a host of specifications for the company's craftsmen to meet. Considering that the designer's personal car is a bright yellow Phantom Drophead Coupe, we can bet that the new Phantoms will be anything but subdued.

Rolls-Royce and Bijan made the announcement at the Bijan Boutique in Beverly Hills – nicknamed the most expensive store in the world – just before this year's Los Angeles Auto Show got underway.

[Source: Motor Authority]

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      still your bijan lingers on and on and on
      • 4 Years Ago
      I hope they can do something to reduce the visual mass of this beast. I saw one in white last week and it was ridiculously huge. It has more square footage than the parking spot house in Japan.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Well that's exactly the point of the Phantom; to look massive and imposing. You'd be better off with a Ghost if you want a sleeker Rolls.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I was at the mall yesterday and there was a Phantom convertible there in the valet parking and it was next to a Ferrari F430, a Corvette and some other cars and it absolutely dwarfed them.
        Just enormous for a convertible.
        I have not seen the EWB Phantom but there is a guy here in town with a "standard" sized Phantom and that is enormous so I can only imagine how big the EWB one is.