British luxury car manufacturer Rolls Royce Motors has dedicated its special edition of Ghost Series as a tribute to the former ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore, Tipu Sultan, also known as the Tiger of Mysore.
The series 'Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection' that draw inspiration from Tipu Sultan will have only three Rolls Royce cars and will be sold in Abu Dhabi, not Indian.
The interiors of the cars have been designed keeping in mind the company's relation with their oldest customers – the Rajas and Maharajas. While the Ghost Mysore Collection is a tribute to the former King of Mysore, the Maharaja Phantom Drophead Coupé pays homage to the kings, according to a Business Standard report.
The other features include extended wheelbase models and unique coachline with a peacock emblem, while the interiors has a tiger and peacock themed headrest and Mysore branded sill plates.
Rolls Royce Motors has not revealed the technical aspects of this special series but it is likely to be powered by 6592 cc, 6.6-litre, V12 petrol engine mustering power of 563bhp@5250rpm and peak torque of 780Nm@1500rpm as Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection belongs to Extended Wheelbase Ghost Series, the report said.