The automotive store’s team self-entitles as “leading designers and creators of high-end automotive culture and lifestyle.” Usually, that would be vain praise, but not on this occasion. Their decades-long professional relationship with stars like Kim Kardashian stands out in a crowd, as well as their knack for constantly modifying anything from Brabus to Mansory or Rolls-Royce wonders to fully bespoke.
They also seem to be overachievers, judging by their latest projects. So, on the one hand, they have a knack for unique takes on six-figure vehicles. But even when going for something as traditional as a murdered-out look they still find something to stand out in the bling crowd. Such is the case here, with a quadruple black 2021 Ghost (it follows a Triple Black example, logically!) that has a bundle of “1-of-1” features.
Starting with the most obvious one, there’s a new set of dual-block concave 24-inch black wheels that was specifically designed as per the client’s request. They were inspired by an unnamed Rolls-Royce concept, but that’s not all. There’s also a full chrome delete as all shiny parts were painted high gloss black. The body has an equally dark demeanor, a PPF (paint protection film) wrap, as well as a slammed stance.
One fine exterior detail – the orange strip set on the coachline – is also a direct reference to the interior. As such, the cockpit features a black-and-white atmosphere that’s only interrupted by subtle orange accents. As for the powertrain, it’s probably stock, so we are dealing with the 6.75-liter V12 engine packing “just” 563 thoroughbreds.