Starlight headliner on the Phantom Sedan
The starlight headliner on the Phantom Sedan—an $8,100 option

This is another in a series of blogs on the most outrageously luxurious options available on today’s new cars.

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Rolls Royce Options

If you think you’re overpaying for movie popcorn, wait till you visit your nearest Rolls-Royce showroom. These are the option prices on the 2012 Rolls-Royce Phantom Sedan, which by the way starts at $380,000:

  • 6-way power individual rear seats ($8,100)
  • Rear footrests ($2,600)
  • Rear curtains ($5,900)
  • Rear picnic tables ($2,800)

And then there’s the $447,000 2012 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe:

  • Teak and stainless steel convertible top boot ($17,925)
  • Starlight headliner ($12,350)
  • Floormats made from lambswool ($1,270)

For an extra $4,610, the Phantom Drophead Coupe comes with a “presentation key box,” which includes a solid silver key fob and a silver fountain pen. The latter is necessary for writing fat checks to Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

A rear picnic table on the Phantom Sedan
A rear picnic table on the Phantom Sedan

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