2012 Rolls-Royce Ghost by Carlex Design

The thing with people who love cars and have the money to splurge on them is that if they’re not impressed with the stock model, they can go crazy with aftermarket enhancements.

Take this particular Rolls-Royce Ghos t for example. Built by Polish interior specialist Carlex Design, this project called "Ghost Save the Queen" isn’t your typical interior enhancement because as Carlex Design puts it, "we are not afraid of challenges and seek original solutions, which produce stunning interior innovation and unique solutions."

With that in mind, Carlex Design backed it all up with an exterior that has been painted in a stunning Deep Green paint finish. The luxury limousine was also given a number of upgrades, including the use of luxury ostrich and kangaroo leather, the presence of a royal crown embroidered in the seats, plenty of chrome parts, and wool rugs that have a pile length of 2.5 cm.

The embroidered royal crown, in particular, is an ode to the Queen, something that you would’ve probably guessed considering that the name of the program is, after all, "Ghost Save The Queen."

All told, the entire build took two months to complete, and certainly, if a picture did paint a thousand words, it would be foolish to underestimate how far these guys do take the phrase "unique solutions" seriously.


3 comments:

Ghost is the most luxurious Rolls-Royce ever produced in their line up, and they will not find it hard to please other markets aside from the Europe and US.

Ghost could be the most luxurious model I’ve ever seen on the automotive world. The features are extremely elegant that gives life to its classical look.

Yeah, if you don’t want the stock design of this car, you can customize it and put your own touch to it. But in my opinion, this one looks great even if it is stock.

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