A new exhibition entitled Inside Roll-Royce has opened at London’s Saatchi Gallery, a first of its kind in the marque’s history. The exhibition brings together the latest technologies and designs to deliver an engaging, interactive and multi-sensory experience through Rolls-Royce’s supreme craftsmanship and unrivalled engineering to provide an insight into what it takes to create a luxury car.
Highlights include a flying sculpture, an insight into the luxury interior of a Rolls-Royce, along with the chance for visitors to experience what it would be like to customise your dream bespoke Rolls-Royce.
Bespoke is a significant part of Rolls-Royce’s business, with limitless possibilities for individual requirements. As director of design, Giles Taylor, says. “You don’t buy a Rolls-Royce, you commission one.”
This is a unique opportunity to see some of Rolls-Royce’s more rare and bespoke models and to immerse yourself in a world of luxury. It is certainly a must-see for any car-lover.
Inside Rolls-Royce, Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York HQ, Kings Road, SW3 4RY
The exhibition is open until Sunday 16 November. Entry is free of charge.
Photo credit: Rolls-Royce
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