All that glitters on this Rolls Royce is not Gold. It's Diamond.
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All that glitters on this Rolls Royce is not Gold. It’s Diamond.

Built exclusively for an individual buyer, this Rolls-Royce Ghost Elegance gets a bespoke exterior paint finish with 1,000 crushed diamonds.

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On display at 2017 Geneva Motor Show is a one of a kind, long wheelbase Ghost Elegance from Rolls Royce. This car receives a unique exterior paint finish called Diamond Stardust.

It has been created for an individual buyer who requested that his Rolls-Royce Ghost Elegance stands apart with the most expensive paint ever seen on the body of a car.

Real diamonds are milled into a fine powder and mixed with clear paint to get the end result. Paint specialists at Rolls-Royce factory in Goodwood, West Sussex spent 2 months perfecting this process. They studied its effect under the microscope in various lighting while it took 2 days over the regular time Rolls-Royce takes to apply the paint to the vehicle.

Besides its crushed diamond exteriors, the Ghost Elegance gets hand painted coachlines in Mugello Red and black, red centers on wheels and the same color scheme continues to its interiors with black leather seating and Mugello red stitching. Door pockets are done up in grey, red and black tartan while a unique clock is positioned on the dashboard.

Rolls-Royce has not indicated price this special customer will pay for this shimmering Rolls-Royce Ghost Elegance which could be considerably marked up as compared to the £250,327 price tag on the base Ghost LWB.