Benjamin Treynor Sloss, Vice President of Engineering at Google has taken delivery of his bespoke Rolls-Royce Dawn Black Badge at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The Ben Sloss Dawn Black Badge was presented to its owner at the Rolls-Royce Collectors Cocktail Reception by Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The bespoke vehicle was created in collaboration with the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Collective in Goodwood, England in the Slosses’ personal livery.
Through the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Los Gatos dealership, Ben Sloss cooperated with the Bespoke Collective at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood to bring his vision for his perfect personal Rolls-Royce to life. He wanted the vehicle to be both luxurious and feature motor-racing livery.
The Bespoke Collective created two new bespoke paint colors for the exterior of the Ben Sloss Dawn Black Badge. The intense deep yellow that wraps the main bodywork has been named ‘Superflare’ due to its radiance under the California sun, whilst it is contrasted with the darkest of navy blues named Pikes Peak Blue a nod to Mr. Sloss’ interest in the king of timed hill climbs. A further flash of Superflare yellow offsets the black of the 21” carbon fiber and aluminium wheel.
The interior sports the same color scheme: the seats, dashboard, tonneau cover and rear seat waterfall clad in Navy Blue leathers are highlighted with Bright Yellow seat piping, stitched RR headrest logos and, unique to Black Badge models an infinity logo between the rear seats.
The cabin features a yellow flash along the door interiors, two-tone Navy Blue and Bright Yellow steering wheel and an exclusively developed Bright Yellow pinstripe applied to the Piano Milori Blue wood dashboard, the first use of Milori Blue outside the one-off customer Phantom, ‘Whispered Muse’, shown at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Mr Sloss’ Dawn Black Badge is finished with a Navy Blue leather-clad Aero Cowling enclosing the rear seats.
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