It was an honour to shoot such a rare car in such an iconic location. Only 35 of this limited edition Rolls Royce Aviator will ever be made. We enjoyed exploring the brands history with the team at Partners Andrews Aldridge and the location really was the perfect choice. There is a little more detail about the brands heritage below this image. The retouch was expertly done by Circle Media.
The Phantom Coupé Aviator Collection, pays tribute to the marque's close association with the pioneers of aviation. Charles Stewart Rolls earned his reputation as a racing driver before turning his attention to selling motor cars. He worked hard to establish Rolls-Royce's reputation and helped create what became known as 'the best car in the world'. He then pursued his passion for aviation, first in balloons before moving on to early aircraft. The second British holder of an aviator's licence and the first to achieve a non-stop double-crossing of the English Channel, his pioneering spirit inspired Phantom Coupé Aviator Collection. Phantom Coupé Aviator Collection's sporting credentials are evident at first glance. Inspired by the Phantom II Continental of the 1930s, Phantom Coupé is a celebration of sporting style and glamour that combines classic proportions and breath taking detailing. The Aviator Collection takes the powerful presence of Phantom Coupé to another level. The Phantom Coupe Aviator was Photographed by Trigger, at the Imperial War Museum, (designed by Norman Foster) Duxford, England.