coachline

coachline

(ˈkəʊtʃˌlaɪn)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a decorative line on the bodywork of a motor vehicle. Also called: carriage line
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A Bespoke hand-painted coachline, applied by Rolls-Royce's master coachline painter and taking eight hours to apply, is imbued with fine particles of 100 per cent pure silver, adding to the provenance of this collection.
The lustrous combination was developed exclusively to celebrate the hotel's anniversary, along with bespoke door treadplates and a unique hand-painted coachline on each side bearing the 'B50' logo.
Each five-meter-long coachline takes a specialist three hours to hand paint using a brush made from ox and squirrel hair.
Dawn's exterior colour scheme of Andalucian White is beautifully accented by a hand-painted coachline which drapes over the curve of the car's hip as the line flows backwards along the car, reflecting the identical splash of colour provided when the soft-top roof is in place.
The deep Twilight Purple exterior is emblazoned with intricate Wolf motifs within the twin coachline, alluding to the car's inspiration.
This one-of-a-kind edition features an eye-catching two-tone Burnt Orange and Arizona Sun exterior, reminiscent of the auburn-toned fur of this magni cent creature, highlighted with a Tiger motif twin coachline.
The Suhail collection cars feature a Moonstone Pearl exterior with a Turchese Blue coachline, a Suhail star emblem on the front wheelarch, creme Light leather seats and Turchese Blue accents, along with Ash Burr trim, a bespoke clock and Suhail star emblems.
The points-of-difference from a standard version comes from the emerald green coachline, the elaborated Peacock (India's national bird) emblems, the deep green hood and lamb's wool floor mats.
The coachline, complete with Bluebird motif, will take another four hours to handcraft using a unique squirA[degrees]relA[degrees]hair brush.
Ruby marquetry inlays decorate the fascia, front and rear headrests, while other bespoke touches include a personalised clock with a cut ruby stone inlay, illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy, personalised tread plates graphics and a twin coachline in seashell with an integrated 'Ruby' logo.
An echo of the rich heritage of the marque also lies in the Art Deco-style geometric coachline pattern - a design conceived and used by Rolls-Royce on a show stand at Olympia in the early 20th century.
The two fashioned Rolls are presented in a colour combination that features a Cashmere and Cobalt0 Blue interior and an Admiral Blue exterior with a twin coachline in Mandarin, the new Rolls Royce bespoke colour.