When billionaire entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa came to Rolls-Royce to collaborate on a Phantom sedan, the British company jumped at the chance to combine the best of East and West. The result is the Phantom Oribe, a perfect reflection of Maezawa's passion on four wheels. A noted art collector, Maezawa's collection of 16th century Japanese Oribe ceramics was the inspiration for the bespoke two-tone MZ Oribe Green and cream exterior colors. The colorway is continued on the interior, where Hermès was tapped for their Enea Green leather that covers every surface touched by driver or passenger. A Hermès logo adorns the walnut interior panels, while Hermès canvas is seen on the armrests, center console, and headliner. The crowning touch is a hand-painted artwork displayed in the Gallery, inspired by Pierre Péron, laid under glass as if in a museum.