The results of the collaboration between British luxury automobile manufacturer Rolls Royce and photographer Rankin, are to be displayed to the public at the Rankin Gallery in Los Angeles.

The exhibition, which runs from Nov. 16 to Nov. 23, will feature photographs by Rankin inspired by the Spirit of Ecstasy, the famous Rolls Royce hood ornament.

The photographs are of a number of women, of different ages and from different cultures, each chosen for their symbolic representation of the femininity, grace and mystery of the Spirit of Ecstasy.

The event will start with an executive hosting of the reception at the gallery on Nov.17.

The exhibition will feature 80 of the full set of 100 portraits, with a further selection available to view at the Rolls Royce stand at the Los Angeles Auto Show between Nov. 18 and Nov. 27.

In addition, the automobile brand has also recently unveiled the world's first ultra-luxury and battery-powered electric vehicle, called the Rolls Royce 102EX. This experimental electric vehicle has spent the past year on tour through Europe, the Middle East, Asia and now North America for press, car owners and VIPs to test drive.