This limited edition car was built to mark the end of Rolls Royce production in their Crewe factory. Developed with help from BMW, the Silver Seraph was effectively the first all-new Rolls-Royce since the launch of the Silver Shadow more than 30 years earlier.
Presented in a two-tone paint combination of Silver Storm (upper) with Silver Tempest & finished off by a thin red coach stripe, the exterior has two tone Portland & Stratos leather with piping. The car is a very high spec and has been very well maintained, with extras including embossed 'RR' logo on the headrests and rear cushions, a wood and leather steering wheel, wood veneer doors with the integrated Flying Lady logo, a CD changer, telephone, lambs wool over mats, sunroof, satellite navigation, battery conditioner and wood veneered picnic tables in the rear.
This Silver Seraph is the Last in Line, and to commemorate this a special book is accompanied with the car showing pictures of the car being built and a full list of the cars specification. The Silver Seraph is an amazing car to drive and is equally a comfortable car to be driven in thanks to its V12 engine.