Now this is a send-off.

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Rolls-Royce is offering its Zenith Collection for both the Phantom coupe and convertible (sorry, sedan fans).

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The interior is just as exquisite as you'd expect from a car that likely costs more than $500,000.

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Tucked away in the center stack is a unique aluminum case with the car's VIN laser-etched onto it.

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The split trunk features a picnic-type setup with a shelf for all your fancy eats.

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Etches of Lake Como and Lake Geneva are just a couple of the subtle touches Rolls-Royce puts into every Zenith Collection vehicle.

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Oh, did we mention that the trunk has a champagne fridge? Because it does.

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There's also a shoutout to Goodwood, Rolls-Royce's home base in England.

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The gauges feature blood-orange accents, harking back to an earlier Rolls-Royce collection.

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Even the way the trim wraps around this clock is beautiful. Jeez.

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