When money is no object, you simply buy a Rolls-Royce; when you have more money than Oprah, you commission a Rolls-Royce.
The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance attracts some of the wealthiest and most discerning automotive enthusiasts, which makes a perfect place for some high-end automakers to reveal unique products.
This year, Rolls-Royce used the events of Monterey Week to deliver a pair of bespoke models to its customers.
Phantom in Fuxia
Most people are lucky to ever get a single Bespoke vehicle from Rolls-Royce, but Michael Fux just added his tenth.
Starting with an extended-wheelbase Phantom, the Phantom in Fuxia is defined by the its purple interior - a hue created through the bespoke program.
The exterior is far more subtle, but it features a beautiful seven-layer pearl paint job and a thin purple accent stripe.
Dawn Black Badge
You might think a purple interior is as flashy as a Rolls-Royce can get, but Benjamin Sloss, VP of engineering at Google, wanted to make sure his Dawn Black Badge always stood out.
This car received a unique yellow-and-black theme inside and out, which is a reinterpretation of the livery Sloss runs on his race cars.