The journey starts in the Goodwood Studio, where customers first encounter the motor car they are interested in – and the creation of their perfect Rolls-Royce begins.
A high-shine black glass door and handcrafted antique wood flooring – rather like a classic British gentleman’s club – lead to the Rolls Study. This room captures the essence of the risk-taker and adventurer that Charles Rolls was. On the wall, a propeller gently turns – a reminder of his passion for aviation.
In one corner, a blue leather Starlight Headliner is displayed in a case. Its 1,340 hand-laid optical fibres epitomise the attention to detail involved in building each Rolls-Royce motor car. In another corner sits a safe.
Those who enter the Rolls Study sign a special guestbook and join an elite club. Customers choosing bespoke motor cars are asked to record their designs on special cards to be locked in the Rolls Study safe. It is history in the making.