No. 13 receives delivery of 30 Rolls Royce Phantom on demand

Rolls-Royce Motor Car Limited, a luxury car manufacturer, announced it was transferring 30 specially built Phantom cars to high-end entrepreneur Stephen Heng, co-chairman of 13 Holdings Limited.

The British company says the order represents the largest single fee ever and follows Heng’s supply of its first custom Phantom at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.

Goodwood-based Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited announced that the extended wheelbase Phantom painted “Stephen Red” will be facing Hotel 13 in Coloan, Macau, which will open soon. This hotel will be used to transport expensive guests.

According to a statement from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited, “Applied to the Phantom of 13, the livery consists of a specially designed “Stephen Red” exterior paint developed to meet the demanding requirements of [Stephen] Hung, with a hand-painted gold twin coach line culminating in a specially designed 13 motif.” “Exemplary 21-inch wheels also finished in “Stephen Red”.”

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited explained that two of the 30 Phantoms it delivered to the hotel are gold and will be reserved for some VIP customers to use. The cars explained that they featured a similarly colored interior accent and a diamond-encrusted pantheon grille, along with a golden Estersey hood decoration.

“In addition, the “Stephen Red” paint used in the gold phantom is infused with pure gold particulates,” a statement from Rolls-Royce Automobiles Limited said. “The fleet’s incredible exterior theme resonates gracefully within its exquisitely crafted interior. Specially developed wood dyeing techniques conjure up a “Stephen Red” colour scheme and the checkered pattern incorporated in the rear seat reflects the marble entrance hall motif of The 13. The watch was designed in partnership with Master Jeweler Graff.”


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