Rolls Royce is the epitome of luxury motoring and every time the British marque makes sure it stays ahead of anyone who wants to come even close to it. At Geneva this year, we have the Rolls Royce Ghost Elegance taking centre stage at the Rolls Royce pavilion and it has been painted in real diamonds.
This is not a show car purpose-built to wow Geneva. It is an actual customer car, the one that has been ordered by one gentleman with money that would probably make Richie Rich look pauper. It took three Rolls Royce paint specialists to create this paint which has actual crushed diamonds more than two months to get it right.
Built under the Bespoke programme which is known to create some extraordinarily personalised cars for the Rolls Royce clientele. The long-wheelbase Rolls Royce Ghost is painted in the Diamond Stardust paint with 1000 diamonds crushed in it. The car is painted in the two-tones of black and silver with red and black coach-lines. The Diamond Stardust paint gets a thick clear coat as well, making sure the paint finish is as immaculate as every other Rolls even to touch.