Rolls-Royce has taken to the Paris Motor Show to unveil its Phantom Metropolitan Collection, developed through the luxury automaker’s high-end bespoke customization program. The special-edition Phantoms will be built in a limited program of just 20 units, each paying homage to the modern metropolis through a series of special features. They include the meticulous application of marquetry — which refers to the inlaying of small pieces of wood veneer to form decorative motifs — highlighted by Phantom’s signature picnic table adorned with an elevated view of the city, created through the expert application of 500 individual wood veneer pieces. Elsewhere, the cabin is draped with specially developed Aetherius Grey leather, the shade developed to echo the color palette of the modern city, while 6,800 two-tone stitches on the central rear seat flutes depict an abstract image of a skyscraper. A bespoke clock extends the theme to the front of the car, located on the central console and featuring a rotating bezel expressing 24 of the great cities of the world, as well as their time respective time zones. Finally, the exterior is finished in Darkest Tungsten paint and a hand-applied coachline, representing the abstract silhouette of modern skyscrapers. See detailed looks below.