Rolls-Royce always gives their customers something out of the ordinary, and this time they’ve decided to use the hardest rock in the world, Diamonds. Those happy to indulge themselves in a one-of-a-kind car, may want to continue reading. Rolls-Royce has gone ahead and produced a long-wheelbase version of the Ghost with a very special paint job featuring 1,000 CRUSHED diamonds, calling it the “Elegance”
The paint in the picture may make you smile, but when you see this in real life at the Geneva Motor show you’ll be left speechless. Rolls has spent two months testing the diamond paint finish, and it seems to have paid off. The remainder of the car is somewhat similar to the other Ghost version. It has hand-painted red and black coachlines, along with 21-inch wheels with matching red pinstripes.
Inside, customers have a black interior up front along with open-pore oak wood trim on the dash. At the back, you get a lighter grey colour with red stitching and piping which is continued from up-front. You get plaid upholstery that lines the space in the front seats where the rear tray tables fold. Some may particularly like this, but it’s not a bad touch.
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