Rolls-Royce might not have a brand new model car, but the luxury company released a slew of new Art Deco-inspired colorways of the Phantoms and Ghosts. The Phantom, Phantom Drophead Coup√©, and Ghost you see above pay tribute to the 1925 Paris Exhibition or Exposition Internationale des Arts D√©coratifs et Industriels Modernes, where the term "Art Deco" was born.

The Phantom features a glossy piano black striped with Fame Green and Arctic White with contrasting stainless steel inslays inside. The Drophead uses a much softer look with a powder blue and mother-of-pearl white. The Ghost takes the two-tone approach, with a Jubilee Silver upper and a Cobalto Blue melting over the sides. The interior uses seashell leather and a gorgeous Walnut Burr. 

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[via Rolls-Royce]