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PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Just Crushed 1,000 Diamonds to Make A Dull Paint for the Ghost

To say that Rolls-Royce makes luxury cars is an understatement. The iconic British firm goes beyond that, and it has been doing so since forever. You know those Bespoke models that pop up from time to time? Well, those aren’t rare, custom cars among standard models. Nearly every single model visits the Bespoke division before leaving the factory, because almost every Rolls-Royce (if not all) is tailored to customer specification. When you’re paying hundreds of thousands for a vehicle, you want to make it your own by adding all sorts of details and materials. It’s as simple as that!

Granted, it’s not wrong to say that Rolls-Royce is a luxury car manufacturer, but judging by the amount of bespoke and flamboyant features we see in most of its cars, we can file these products under “exuberant,” “rakish,” and in some cases even “ostentatious.” They’re opulent means of transportation of opulent people and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, in its wild desire to innovate, a company like Rolls-Royce tends to blow things out of proportion. It doesn’t happen too often, but the unique Ghost Elegance that the Brits displayed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show is the perfect example.

Yes, I’m talking about the Diamond Stardust paint.

Created for a what appears to be a very demanding owner, Diamond Stardust was created by crushing no fewer than 1,000 diamonds and mixing the resulted dust into the paint, in a process that lasted two months. Sounds pretty fancy and innovative, but there’s just one tiny problem. The dark gray color looks like a dull metallic paint. Sure, it looks as if the color has more glitter than the average metallic paint, but I’m not impressed.

Why is this a big deal? Well, let’s say that Rolls-Royce made a too big of a fuss about this paint and the lengthy process it needed to be created. And it’s not like the Brits discovered how to make flying to Mars more affordable, it’s just a paint that’s not too different from a metallic hue you can get with any Toyota or Hyundai.

I’m anxiously waiting for the paint made from 100 pounds of unobtanium.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Just Crushed 1,000 Diamonds to Make Dull Paint for the Ghost

To say that Rolls-Royce makes luxury cars is an understatement. The iconic British firm goes beyond that, and it has been doing so since forever. You know those Bespoke models that pop up from time to time? Well, those aren’t rare, custom cars among standard models. Nearly every single model visits the Bespoke division before leaving the factory, because almost every Rolls-Royce (if not all) is tailored to customer specification. When you’re paying hundreds of thousands for a vehicle, you want to make it your own by adding all sorts of details and materials. It’s as simple as that!

Granted, it’s not wrong to say that Rolls-Royce is a luxury car manufacturer, but judging by the amount of bespoke and flamboyant features we see in most of its cars, we can file these products under “exuberant,” “rakish,” and in some cases even “ostentatious.” They’re opulent means of transportation of opulent people and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, in its wild desire to innovate, a company like Rolls-Royce tends to blow things out of proportion. It doesn’t happen too often, but the unique Ghost Elegance that the Brits displayed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show is the perfect example.

Yes, I’m talking about the Diamond Stardust paint.

Created for a what appears to be a very demanding owner, Diamond Stardust was created by crushing no fewer than 1,000 diamonds and mixing the resulted dust into the paint, in a process that lasted two months. Sounds pretty fancy and innovative, but there’s just one tiny problem. The dark gray color looks like a dull metallic paint. Sure, it looks as if the color has more glitter than the average metallic paint, but I’m not impressed.

Why is this a big deal? Well, let’s say that Rolls-Royce made a too big of a fuss about this paint and the lengthy process it needed to be created. And it’s not like the Brits discovered how to make flying to Mars more affordable, it’s just a paint that’s not too different from a metallic hue you can get with any Toyota or Hyundai.

I’m anxiously waiting for the paint made from 100 pounds of unobtanium.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Just Crushed 1,000 Diamonds to Make Dull Paint for the Ghost

To say that Rolls-Royce makes luxury cars is an understatement. The iconic British firm goes beyond that, and it has been doing so since forever. You know those Bespoke models that pop up from time to time? Well, those aren’t rare, custom cars among standard models. Nearly every single model visits the Bespoke division before leaving the factory, because almost every Rolls-Royce (if not all) is tailored to customer specification. When you’re paying hundreds of thousands for a vehicle, you want to make it your own by adding all sorts of details and materials. It’s as simple as that!

Granted, it’s not wrong to say that Rolls-Royce is a luxury car manufacturer, but judging by the amount of bespoke and flamboyant features we see in most of its cars, we can file these products under “exuberant,” “rakish,” and in some cases even “ostentatious.” They’re opulent means of transportation of opulent people and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, in its wild desire to innovate, a company like Rolls-Royce tends to blow things out of proportion. It doesn’t happen too often, but the unique Ghost Elegance that the Brits displayed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show is the perfect example.

Yes, I’m talking about the Diamond Stardust paint.

Created for a what appears to be a very demanding owner, Diamond Stardust was created by crushing no fewer than 1,000 diamonds and mixing the resulted dust into the paint, in a process that lasted two months. Sounds pretty fancy and innovative, but there’s just one tiny problem. The dark gray color looks like a dull metallic paint. Sure, it looks as if the color has more glitter than the average metallic paint, but I’m not impressed.

Why is this a big deal? Well, let’s say that Rolls-Royce made a too big of a fuss about this paint and the lengthy process it needed to be created. And it’s not like the Brits discovered how to make flying to Mars more affordable, it’s just a paint that’s not too different from a metallic hue you can get with any Toyota or Hyundai.

I’m anxiously waiting for the paint made from 100 pounds of unobtanium.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Ghost with Carbon Fiber by Vitesse AuDessus And Bengala

Vitesse AuDessus, a Maryland-based producer of premium aftermarket body components, has teamed up with Europe’s Bengala Automotive Design to create customized aesthetic packages for the existing Roller lineup, including the Phantom (sedan, convertible, and coupe body styles), Wraith, Dawn, and our personal favorite, the full-size Ghost luxury sedan. But we’ve seen countless customization programs for Rolls-Royce vehicles over the years, so what makes this one so special? To put it bluntly – oodles and oodles of carbon fiber.

Of course, these are Rolls-Royces we’re talking about, and as you might expect, not just any carbon fiber will do. Rather, these composite-laden Rollers get a material described as “a compressed carbon matrix,” which, according to the attached press release, is a material that’s a lot like the forged carbon fiber that Callaway Cars and Lamborghini use to create more speed. However, this time around, it’s getting used for looks, not velocity.

“As a designer I was inspired by the mosaic-like motifs and felt that the aesthetic could be elevated,” said Shoghi Saeidnia, Bengala’s owner and design chief, in regard to the carbon material. “I visualized a material with the look of honed granite that would communicate the antithesis of the current perception: opulent luxury as opposed to ascetic utilitarianism.”

So then – did Mr. Saeidnia succeed in his mission? Read on to find out.

Continue reading to learn more about the Rolls-Royce Ghost with Carbon Fiber by Bengala and Vitesse AuDessus.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge

Rolls-Royce’s recently established Bespoke division has come up with a bunch of exciting vehicles over the last couple of years, taking luxury to a level very few companies can match. Their options list is impressive, exterior and upholstery color combinations are essentially unlimited, while the finest leathers and most expensive veneers are usually combined with innovative materials and fancy accessories. When it comes to luxury, Bespoke is hard to beat. And, the brand-new Ghost Black Badge edition is here to prove just that.

Unveiled at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show alongside the Wraith Black Badge, the Ghost Black Badge is described as a vehicle that speaks to “young, self-made people that make a bold and edgy lifestyle statement about their lives.” It’s a somewhat new approach for Rolls-Royce, which used the Black Badge edition to ditch the Ghost’s glossy image in favor of a darker, more assertive appearance. Forget about massive amounts of chrome and the usual chutzpah, the Ghost Black Badge is as black as they get and features more innovative materials than any of its predecessor.

What’s more, this is the very first Bespoke-made Ghost to get a power boost. After years of making custom sedan with standard engines under the hood, Rolls-Royce finally meddled with the massive 6.6-liter V-12 to give us a Ghost that can give the Bentley Flying Spur W12 a run for its money on the performance front. Keep reading to learn more about that.

Continue reading to learn more about the Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls Royce Ghost “SaRangHae” By DMC

DMC Tuning’s proclivity to offer customized programs for its customers has helped endear it to a large swath of celebrity clients. Recently, the German tuner took up the task of customizing a Rolls-Royce Ghost owned by Korean actor Jang Keun-Suk.

The two parties agreed that this program wouldn’t carry the flashy upgrades of some of DMC’s past works. Instead, focus was paid on giving the Ghost an understated aerodynamic kit that doesn’t take too much away from the Ghosts standard looks.

The result is what DMC calls the Ghost “SaRangHae” Edition, a nod to the Korean definition of love. It may look like a standard Ghost for the most part, but it’s got a handful of modifications on the body and engine that helps improve its overall character and performance capabilities.

I don’t know who Jang is, but if his acting is as good as his taste in cars and aftermarket tuners, then maybe it’s time to give to go watch one of his movies — with subtitles, of course.

Continue after the jump to read the full review.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Ghost Mysore Spotted for Sale

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One of the only three Rolls-Royce Ghost Mysore editions is now up for grabs at the car maker’s Abu Dhabi dealership. Adorned with bespoke coachline and tiger motifs on embroidered on the headrests, the Mysore Ghost is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive versions of this car available anywhere in the world.

As mentioned, Rolls-Royce Ghost Mysore collection, introduced last year at the Geneva Motor Show, was limited to just three cars, all of them for Abu Dhabi. The one available now is finished in a wonderful two-tone Peacock Blue and Arizona Sun paint job with a Seashell interior and Bespoke peacock motifs on complementing the coachline.

The biggest highlight of Rolls-Royce Ghost Mysore interior, which is based on the Series II Extended Wheelbase model, is the tiger embroidery on the headrest. This has to do with the story behind the car’s name. It’s an homage to Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Indian sultanate of Mysore who apparently once said he’d rather live two days like a Tiger than two hundred years like a sheep.

So on the name alone, the Mysore Ghost is probably the coolest Roller money can buy. It’s just a bonus that this one also features a unique paintwork and lovely interior trim.

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The post Rolls-Royce Ghost Mysore Spotted for Sale appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec

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After doing some pretty awful things to a Rolls-Royce Wraith, Japanese tuner Office-K is back with a similar treatment for that car’s four-door sibling, the Ghost. But this time the focus has been on performance as the Ghost in question is a V-Spec model. The unique Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec is the sportiest version of the British sedan in the world.

To begin with, the V-Spec treatment means this Ghost is different from its regular brethren as it comes a 600 horsepower V12 engine. That’s 30 more horses than what you get in the normal version. OFK builds up on that and spices up the appearance of the car to match the performance.

Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec features a Wald Black Bison body kit consisting of custom front and rear bumpers as well as side skirts, plus a set of aero parts including front spoiler lip, side aero blades, rear diffuser and boot lid spoiler. The visual impact of the kit is further enhanced by slamming the body on a set of eye-catching 24-inch Forgiato ARTIGLI-ECL wheels in black.

The most unRoller-y part of Office-K Rolls-Royce Ghost V-Spec, however, is the Miracle variable exhaust system the tuner has installed on the car. A loud sport exhaust on a Rolls-Royce is kind of ridiculous, but if any RR can pulls it off, it’s the V-Spec Ghost.

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PostHeaderIcon Orange Metallic Rolls-Royce Ghost Looks Cool

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Rolls-Royce have been experimenting with some unusual and fairly vibrant color this past few years, often with astounding results. Although some may scoff at this practice, we quite like to see their cars in fun colors, this Orange Metallic Rolls-Royce Ghost being a good example.

This Series II Ghost was built as a special commission for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show to showcase the new look of Rolls-Royce with its cool new colors, and it is now residing at the company’s official dealer in Abu Dhabi, UAE. You may have seen this car before in official photos, but looking at it up close and in live photos, you have to admit it does look rather nice. We certainly like this Orange Metallic Rolls-Royce Ghost better than all those grey and black examples.

The unique 2015 Orange Metallic Rolls-Royce Ghost not only features an interesting exterior color, but also a one-of-a-kind interior. The Fleet Blue and Mandarin cabin looks seriously sporty, as befits a Roller that is meant to be driven, what with the piano black accents and the grey trim pieces. You will find plenty of orange accents in here as well, but they’re kind of obscured, mainly used to spice up the already exciting atmosphere.

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The post Orange Metallic Rolls-Royce Ghost Looks Cool appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Wald Rolls-Royce Ghost on Forgiato Wheels

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In another project with Creative Bespoke, Forgiato has equipped a very special car with a set of their high-end wheels. The car in question is a Wald Rolls-Royce Ghost in a two-tone finish, and it looks rather good.

The reason it comes as a surprise that this car look good is because the whole is just wrong on a couple of different levels. First, you don’t put a body kit on a Roller, especially one as showoff-y as this. Seconds, you don’t put sports wheels on a Roller. And you damn sure don’t do those things at the same time.

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But Creative Bespoke has done it with this Wald Rolls-Royce Ghost and we have to admit the end result is kind of spectacular. The black and silver finish of the body has lent itself beautifully to the Wald Black Bison body kit, consisting of custom front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and side vents, and those Forgiato wheels are the perfect complement for the design.

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PostHeaderIcon One of One: Rolls-Royce Ghost Red Diamond

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Not all of the rich Sheikhs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia like to spend their oil money supporting extremism in the Middle East. Some of them tend to blow up their cash on fancy toys, like a diamond-encrusted Roller. That’s exactly what this is, the one-off Rolls-Royce Ghost Red Diamond featuring 41 individual diamonds.

Commissioned by an unnamed Saudi, Rolls-Royce Ghost Red Diamond looks like a plain old red Ghost on the outside with its Red Velvet body color and brushed aluminum bonnet and grille, although the bespoke wheels look kind of special.

It is the interior where most of the money, and it must have been a huge sum, is spent. It’s a bit of a mismatch really, what with the tan leather seat upholstery and matching cushions and Consort Red consoles and steering with decorative stitching, paired with Paldao wood veneer. But it is damn special in here thanks to 41 individual diamonds, each set into geometric open pore inlays within the veneer.

Rolls-Royce Ghost Red Diamond is a Series II model powered by a 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 engine mated to an 8-speed ZF gearbox. It’s a Roller you can choose to drive, or being driven in.

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PostHeaderIcon Roll Royce Ghost Chengdu-Panda

When the Top Speed staff was brainstorming possible themes for Bespoke Rolls-Royce products, one of our editors jokingly suggested a panda-themed car. When Rolls-Royce announced the Ghost Chengdu-Panda for the Chengdu Motor Show, my first thought was, “Jeez, guys, we were only kidding!”

Fortunately, the Ghost Chengdu-Panda is much more tasteful than the black-and-white monstrosity that we envisioned. This tastefully modified Bespoke Ghost features special paint and interior trim, inspired by China’s favorite animal. It’s a handsome and subtle upgrade for Rolls-Royce’s junior sedan, and showcases the fact that Rolls-Royce doesn’t restrict the special stuff to the top-level Phantom. Any current Rolls-Royce product can be sent to the Bespoke Design team for that all-important personal touch, whether subtle or outrageous.

Introduced in 2009, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is the marque’s junior line, but that’s not to say it’s “lesser” in any way. The Ghost is aimed at a different demographic of the ultra-luxury market; buyers who are more likely to drive their own cars than be chauffeured. The more compact size creates a more engaging driving experience. With a V-12 under the hood, extended wheelbase and executive-class body, the Ghost is about the size of a 2014 Mercedes S-Class or 2013 BMW 7-Series (which it’s based on), but the luxury is in a different category.

Continue reading to learn more about the Roll Royce Ghost Chengdu-Panda.


PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Ghost Chengdu-Panda for China

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Dragons and Pandas are both symbols of China, which is a bit weird considering how different these things are. Then again, China is a huge country with a diverse culture. So having done the dragon thing a number of times, Rolls-Royce has this time utilized that other symbol to create the special edition Ghost Chengdu-Panda for the Chinese market.

Now, having seen a few pandas, we were expecting this model to be black and white. But instead Rolls-Royce Ghost Chengdu-Panda appears to be inspired by a grizzly bear as it features a Gunmetal and Palladium exterior color and a brown interior.

Not that we’re complaining, of course, as both colors are severely classy.  The exterior of Rolls-Royce Ghost Chengdu-Panda is garnished with a bespoke coach line that feature the same bamboo motif you also find on the dashboard, while the Spirit of Ecstasy is given a nice gunmetal coating.

Inside, the Extended Wheelbase Ghost offer plush leather seat with Fame Green details and  Dark Spice and Soft Seashell detailing as well as Tudor Oak fascia and picnic tables. But the biggest highlight of Rolls-Royce Ghost Chengdu-Panda is the embroidered panda emblems meticulously stitched into the headrests. That is the uniquest feature we’ve ever seen in a car!

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PostHeaderIcon Rolls Royce Builds One-Off Ghost For Charity

British luxury carmaker Rolls Royce has donated a one-off Ghost in support of Together for Short Lives, a children’s palliative care charity based in the U.K. The car was handed over at the charity’s Midsummer Ball in central London, where Rolls also revealed its plans for a yearlong initiative to support Together for Short Lives in its work to help seriously ill children and their families. 

“We’re proud to be able to support Together for Short Lives and the remarkable work they do,” said Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, Chief Executive Officer at Rolls Royce Motor Cars. “I am certain that the funds raised on the evening and the activity planned throughout the next 12 months will have a lasting impact on the charity, allowing continued support for thousands of children and their families throughout the U.K.”

The car, a Ghost Series II draped in the charity’s bright purple color scheme and finished with Together for Short Lives branding, will be used to help raise funds during a non-stop “Rolls Rally” campaign that will see the sedan visiting all four corners of Britain over the course of the next year. The charity’s patron, television talent judge Simon Cowell, personally delivered the keys during the ball, symbolically cementing the partnership between Rolls Royce and Together for Short Lives. 

“[The car is] stunning, and it’s so exciting to see our name and the vibrant purple color of our brand,” said Barbara Gelb OBE, CEO for Together for Short Lives. “Over the coming year, we have the most amazing venture with Rolls Royce to raise awareness of the fantastic children’s hospice and palliative care services across the U.K., and, importantly, to raise money to help families get the care and support they need.”

Continue reading for the full story.

Rolls Royce Builds One-Off Ghost For Charity originally appeared on topspeed.com on Monday, 8 June 2015 08:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon Rolls Royce Ghost San Mortiz by Onyx

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Onyx Concept is a well-known name in the world of exotic car tuning, mostly for their fantastic Range Rover packages. Now they have started working on Rolls-Royce cars as well, and released the Rolls Royce Ghost San Mortiz as a tasters to show us what they are capable of.

Rolls Royce Ghost San Mortiz boasts a fairly thorough tuning package which includes a body kit, new wheels, and a mild power upgrade. Onyx evidently didn’t want to go too crazy with the Ghost. Perhaps they are saving that for future treatments!

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On the styling front the San Mortiz features a custom sports bumper with a hand crafted lower satin-carbon aero plate and new LED lights, a pair of side skirts, rear boot lid spoiler, and a rear diffuser with custom tailpipes. All the new components are of course made from carbon fiber. Finishing off the exterior treatment is a set of bespoke 22-inch wheels.

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In terms of power and performance, Rolls Royce Ghost San Mortiz is equipped with a power package for its BMW-sourced V12 engine which boosts the output from 563 bhp to 613 bhp, thus making the Ghost as dynamic as the Wraith. This is only the beginning though. Onyx Concept is also working on programs for Wraith and Phantom to be released over the next 12 months.

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PostHeaderIcon Rolls-Royce Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection

The facelift Rolls-Royce introduced for the Ghost in 2014 might not have been as extensive as some would’ve liked, but the Brits did their best to counter that by launching a bevy of limited-edition models crafted by its Bespoke arm. From the China-exclusive Special Edition with its panda bear head rests to the flashy Suhail Collection and its cosmic influences, the Ghost received some of the finest materials and most exquisite paint jobs that can be had on a modern-day Rolls-Royce. Come 2015, and the luxury marque rolled out yet another Bespoke model, this time paying homage to Tipu Sultan, the ruler of the 18th century Mysore, a kingdom of Southern India founded in 1399 and disestablished in 1950.

Dubbed the Mysore Collection, the limited-edition Ghost matches its Bespoke siblings in terms of chutzpah and luxury, while sporting an array of unique features, as well as symbols that will remind customers that their rigs were crafted with one of Asia’s greatest kingdoms in mind.

Continue reading to find out more about the Rolls-Royce Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection.

Rolls-Royce Bespoke Ghost Mysore Collection originally appeared on topspeed.com on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 11:00 EST.

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