Here's What Rolls Royce Bespoke Won't Customize On Your New Car

Rolls Royce Motor Cars will customize just about anything for you, but there are actually some lines they won't cross.

The company has developed a reputation for their providing of bespoke models set to suit customer preferences and, as long as you can pay for it, nothing's too much. Crushed diamonds in the paint of your new car isn't a step too far, neither is getting a starlight headliner that shows off a night sky on a commemorative evening.

Rolls Royce Bespoke gives people exactly what they want. However, there are a few things they simply refuse to do.

With the Goodwood Festival now in full swing, the folks at MotorTrend took a tour of the Rolls Royce facilities in the UK and found out what these were.

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via bloomberg.com

First off, they won't remove any of the warning labels that could show up on sun visors or mirrors - because doing that would be unlawful. They also won't change the color of their badge, no matter what color your paint is. The double-R logo will remain black and the company plans to keep it that way as long as they can.

Meanwhile, buyers waiting on their new Rolls Royce will be thrilled to know that it's ready to take home. The company's adding a bit of spice to the delivery, though, presenting the cars in a room with color and trim samples in their Goodwood facility, where you get to see their craftspeople in action putting those final touches on your whip.

Once all the work is done and the car is ready to be displayed, music and spotlights come on to give the new Rolls Royce some celebrity treatment as it rotates.

Of course, it will come with all its stickers intact and the black double-R emblem. But we don't imagine anyone minding that at all.

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