However, this doesn’t mean that the vehicle isn’t targeted by various tuners, which aim to offer their version of the British saloon. One of these companies is Fenice Milano.
The Italian tuner has just revealed a controversial modification package for the premium vehicle, which brings multiple gold-plated surfaces. Using the Diva name, the program includes 24K gold surfaces for the bonnet front fascia, rear fascia, side skirts and window frames.
The same treatment has been used for the interior, where the tuner has installed real gold trimming on a multitude of elements, such as the steering wheel, dashboard and minibar. The Ghost also receives a tech upgrade. This means that the vehicle’s engine gets an ECU remap and a new exhaust, while the car uses a new suspension.
We’ll remind you that Rolls-Royce used the 2010 Paris Auto Show to introduce five bespoke models that were aimed at showing the level of customization offered for the company’s customers. The models also included two special incarnations of the Ghost.
The first one was finished in Ghost Silver 100 and featured single coachline in creme light, black stained ash veneer, black contrast stitching, silver pinstripes and tread plates with RR logo and Mondial de l’Automobile Paris 2010.
The second model came dressed in Midnight Sapphire and used fleet blue seat piping, Spirit of Ecstasy inlay for the door cappings and treadplates similar to those featured on the aforementioned model.