Fenice Milano ‘Paris Purple’ Rolls-Royce Ghost Finds Buyer

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In an astonishing turn of events, the world’s ugliest Rolls-Royce has found a celebrity buyer.

When these renderings first surfaced it was a brave man that declared this would ever make the light of day. A Rolls-Royce Ghost swathed in purple and 24-karat gold is surely the epitome of bad taste.

Yet there is someone out there, either blinded by their own wealth or simply colorblind, that has commissioned aftermarket developer Fenice Milano to convert their Ghost in such a fashion. The transformation includes a unique purple paintjob, and gold & carbon wheel rims; while the hood, radiator cowling, window frames and exhaust pipes are covered in 24 karat gold. Exclusive leather, gold and carbon details adorn the interior. The owner is apparently a celebrity, so we should see this hideous creation soon enough. Any guesses who it may be?

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