As for the Shaheen Phantom Coupe, you will get the Orchid Pearl colour as well as 21 inch wheels. Mugello Red and Seashell leather upholstery greets you on the inside while the instrument panel is made using red carbon fibre.
According to Rolls Royce, both the models are inspired by the rich culture and natural landscape of Abu Dhabi which is where they are intended to sell in. Bayunnah is of course the district around the west of the city which is popular for its sand dunes which is why the car is named and designed as such. Shaheen on the other hand is the name of the famous falcon found around the region and this is the very characteristics of the Phantom Coupe.
Apparently, the Shaheen epitomizes the falcon in its motif where is said to include 11 thread colours and 21,011 stitches on every head rest and this is the product rolled out of its Goodwood manufacturing plant whichi s known for its attention to detail. According to James Crichton, the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Regional Director for the Middle East, the region of the Arabian Peninsula has 4 of the top 10 selling dealers of the Bespoke model in the world which is why they are focusing so much here.
Among some of the things you will find which you will like in the Shaheen Phantom Coupe includes embroidered headrests with Shaheen Falcon design, tudor red Twin coachlines, seashell carpets, mats and starlight, nice white coloured instrument dials, veneered steering wheel spokes and interior cappings and such.
On the other hand, the Bayunnah Phantom will get you the nice Lambswool floor mats and the mentioned RR logos on the headrests. Otherwise you can also opt for the Arabic Owners’ Handbook, a six DVD changer system too, among others.