Rolls-Royce Motor Cars
Making a Legend
- The most prestigious motor car in the world. The true definition of luxury
- A tour of the Rolls-Royce facility and a unique insight into the manufacturing process
- A stunning collection of cars from the earliest models to those of the modern day
- A compendium of historical Rolls-Royce pictures, many unseen
- A luxurious book, beautifully designed and impeccably produced to the highest standards
- The ultimate Rolls-Royce volume
Step inside a world of engineeringexcellence with this collection, dedicated to Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The authors were granted unique access by the Rolls-Royce company. Detailed descriptions of themanufacturing process are set against a backdrop of heritage and prestige,including an exclusive showcase of the company's manufacturing facility and asplendid gallery of Rolls-Royce cars dating back to sketches of work from the1930s. This collection includes numerous unseen photos of Sir Henry Roycedriving early versions of his iconic cars.
A true behind-the-scenes experience, thisbook introduces the reader to the Rolls-Royce master craftsmen at work.High-quality images and detailed insights reveal the process by which each caris constructed, from the 2019 Ghost Zenith back in time to the 1904 Original.Rolls-Royce opens their archive to reveal a spectacular timeline of design,providing readers with an insight into the world of those who still uphold thewords of Sir Henry Royce: "Strive for perfection in everything youdo".
The contents list guides the reader throughthe complete construction of a car: Design and Customisation, Paint and Finish,Chassis Assembly, Woodwork, Leather, Testing, The Spirit of Ecstasy HoodOrnament, and more. With a glimpse at the Rolls- Royce Training Academy and aplethora of featured cars from last year to the start of the last century, thisis the ultimate Rolls-Royce collectors' volume. Featured cars include the new Ghost (2020), the Phantom Tranquility (2019), Phantom Aviator Coupe (2012), the Phantom II Continental (1934), the AX201 Silver Ghost (1907), and many more.
- ACC Art Books
- 28th Oct 2020
- 325 mm x 275 mm
- 296 Pages
- 350 color, 40 b&w