Custom long-wheelbase Rolls-Royce Ghost hopes to raise £1 million for UK charity Breast Cancer Care.
Pink cars and raising awareness of breast cancer charities seem to go hand-in-hand. Chevrolet created a pink Camaro SS for the cause, as did Seat with a pink Mii, Bentley with a pink Continental GT, Lexus with a pink-wrapped LFA and Lamborghini with a pink Murcielago. Now it's the turn of Rolls-Royce, which has created a bright pink Ghost Extended Wheelbase. The car was commissioned by FAB1, an organization headed by British broadcaster and noted Ferrari collector Chris Evans.
As its name implies, the FAB1 Million project aims to raise £1 million for Breast Cancer Care by appearing at breast cancer charity events across the country and by being available for hire over the next twelve months, with all proceeds raised going to charity. Aside from doing a good deed to help those in need, those who rent out the one-off custom Roller will get to enjoy hand-veneered picnic tables, a Blushing Pink and Crème Light leather-clad interior, and personal 9.2-inch LCD screens as well as a champagne cooler. In other words, it's a Rolls-Royce, only more... well, pink.
Other exclusive touches include pink-accented umbrellas, hand-embroidered headrests embossed with pink ribbons, pink lamb's wool floor mats and FAB1 treadplates. The Rolls-Royce Ghost Fab1 Million's year-long charity tour starts tomorrow in Land's End, Cornwall, from where it will chauffeur a number of stars to John O'Groats, Scotland, located at the other end of the UK.