Rolls-Royce Year of the Dragon Bespoke Editions
To celebrate the Lunar New Year, Rolls-Royce reveals four ‘Year of the Dragon’ Bespoke editions consisting of three Phantom Extended and one Cullinan. All of the details you see were inspired by the traditional dragon symbol including a unique hand-painted artwork on the front passenger panels, with each one taking over two weeks to create.



These vehicles also feature the first dragon ever in a Bespoke Starlight Headliner, formed by 677 ‘stars’, while intricate embroidery on headrests captures dynamic appearance of the dragon. One thing to note is that each one of those headrests is comprised of 5,449 stitches and took artists over 20 hours to complete.
LEGO Spring Festival Auspicious Dragon Buildable Figure, Dragon Toy Building Set, Great Spring Festival Decoration or Unique Gift for Boys and Girls Ages 10 and Up, 80112
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LEGO Spring Festival Auspicious Dragon Buildable Figure, Dragon Toy Building Set, Great Spring Festival Decoration or Unique Gift for Boys and Girls Ages 10 and Up, 80112
  • LEGO Spring Festival dragon toy figure – Celebrate the Year of the Dragon with this colorful, brick built Auspicious Dragon display model for kids ages 10 and up
  • Mythical creature toy for kids – The buildable dragon model features a tilting head and opening mouth, plus printed elements for the eyes and dragon scales created especially for this set
  • An immersive, creative building experience – This 1,171-piece set comes with step by step instructions so even newcomers to LEGO sets can build with confidence

Rolls-Royce Year of the Dragon Bespoke Editions
Rolls-Royce Year of the Dragon Bespoke Editions

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars leads the luxury sector in creating products inspired by international cultures and traditions, incorporating designs, motifs, materials and colours that resonate with and have real personal meaning for our clients. These Bespoke creations, inspired by the Year of the Dragon in 2024, celebrate the international reach and influence of Chinese culture, which transcends national boundaries,” said Jonathan Simms, Head of Bespoke, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

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