Rolls Royce is known to push the limits for customers in terms of the level of customization. You could take your favorite watch band and have them color match it to your interior or cut down your family backyard tree for your dashboard veneer. However, this year at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show the luxury car maker took it to another level with the most expensive paint finish ever applied to car from Goodwood.
On stand was a one-off Ghost with a rather special paint work dubbed “Diamond Stardust”. At first one may think this is just another glossy paint with some sparkles but you’d be very wrong, very. “Diamond Stardust” contains 1000 ethically sourced diamonds crushed into a fine powder before being applied to the car with extra coat of lacquer.
The end result is quite spectacular and if combined with the starlight headliner could make a serious combo. Despite having 1000 crushed diamonds the Rolls Royce Ghost still manages to look elegant. Cars like this separate Rolls Royce from the pack and highlights their true craftsmanship.
Article written by Life About Cars author Dieclassylife
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