ROLLS-ROYCE is dismissing any notion that its cars come in staid colours with a limited run of model in vibrant paint finishes.
The so-called Neon Nights colours are being made available on versions of the Cullinan, Wraith and Ghost Black Badge models.
However, the company says the application of the bright paint jobs will be restricted to just four examples of each.
Rolls says that the inspiration for each colour has come from the natural world and in the case of the Lime Rock Green finish on the Wraith it has come from the Australian green tree frog.
For the Dawn there is Eagle Rock Red which has come from an evergreen tree native to Hawaii and on the Cullinan there is a Mirabeau Blue finish which is based on the Periander butterfly found across Central and South America.
The Neon Nights cars follow a suite of Black Badge models first seen at the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours event, which saw Ghost, Wraith and Dawn finished in bespoke pastel colours.