Michael Fux’s bespoke Rolls Royce – The Man Who Became a Paint

Rolls Royce | December 25th, 2010 by 3
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Rolls-Royce have commissioned a series of short films telling extraordinary stories about extraordinary motor cars. The series is called 21st Century Legends.

In this film, Rolls Royce introduces Michael Fux, The Man Who Became a Paint, and hear how Rolls-Royce created a bespoke car with a unique red carbon fibre dashboard, white leather interior and a special candy apple red paint named after its owner, Michael Fux.

Fux, an entrepreneur and philanthropist, has an impressive car collections and it is most likely one of Rolls-Royce’s favorite customers, due to his taste in cars and extensive knowledge in the creation of a customer Rolls.

michael fux red rolls royce phantom drophead 655x260We have recently met Fux at the Pebble Beach Concourse D’Elegance where he made his annual appearance. Some of Fux’s Rolls are easily recognized and they sport some of the most daring exterior colors and interior design.

Let’s have a look.

3 responses to “Michael Fux’s bespoke Rolls Royce – The Man Who Became a Paint”

  1. X5SoB says:

    Very, very awesome. Beyond words. I want to be him, except more handsome!

    • Horatiu B. says:

      Briefly met him in Pebble Beach at Rolls Royce villa. Super nice man and down-to-earth. You can tell how much he loves cars.

      • Infome says:

        down to earth? seriously, he could feed a whole nation in Africa or eastern europe with the money he gave for this car. At least he feels good doing his charity posing…
        down to earth…rediculous

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