They're always doing something different and interesting. This is from the China Motor Show.
This special Phantom features a two-tone color scheme of Madeira red over silver sand. On the inside, Morello red and seashell-colored leather has been used for the seats, roofliner, pillars, door cards, and lambs' wool rugs. Smoke gray stitching serves as a contrast on the seats, meant to evoke the exquisite details of luxury trains.The centerpiece of the Pinnacle Travel Phantom is arguably the marquetry created via 230 individual pieces of wood, using both traditional craftsmanship and laser wood-cutting techniques.
The marquetry displays a stylized image of a cross-continental train speeding across a landscape, with plumes of steam billowing in its wake. This wood veneer motif has been applied to a number of surfaces in the cabin, from the glove box all the way to the rear picnic tables and doors.