Rolls-Royce Ghost Unveiled at 2012 Geneva Motor Show

Rolls-Royce Ghost has been launched in the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The great admirers of luxury brand are pleased and surprised at the same time which is a factories bespoke option. The company for the first time introduced two tone color schemes. The luxurious two-tone Ghost has dominated other super cars. The car is benefitted by the two-tone phantom models which inspire bespoke painting and the car’s interior and exterior have exquisite detailing. The chocolate colored Ghost has the finish in Baynunah Brown for the car’s bonnet, luggage compartment, roof, window surrounds and the design is completed with double coach line in gold The upper two-tone Rolls-Royce most probably destined to be delivered to the client of Middle East.

The Geneva Ghost has the finish of infinity black with upper two tone of Cassiopeia Silver, featuring interior design which perfectly reflects the theme of two tones that contrast to the interior. Frames of black leather, ash veneer with black stain and seashell headlining are perfectly crafted. Lamb’s wool floor mats gives the concluding luxury touch. After walking all the day in the halls of Geneva it is real luxury and soothing for your feet to sink into the floor mat.

The vehicle design also includes picnic set, humidors and champagne sets. Rolls Royce bespoke personalization program pays attention to very minute details, embroidery, interior detailing and paint colors, either it is phantom or ghost it is work of art and luxury collection for the clients. Each year Rolls Royce Motor Cars beat the previous sales record.

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