Eternal Love is just in time for Valentine's Day.
Rolls-Royce has just revealed its new Ghost, which is specifically built for the Chinese market and the luxury sedan's name is fitting for those looking to celebrate Valentine's Day in style. The new "Eternal Love" collection was unveiled at the Minsheng Art Museum in Beijing and was inspired by the beauty and grace of the white swan. In both Eastern and Western culture, the swan is known for being the symbol of love and is specifically the "love bird" in Chinese culture due to "their genuine commitment to everlasting love."
It sounds like Rolls-Royce is taking Valentine's Day very seriously. An extremely limited run of only 16 units will be made, which makes this luxury car special in more than one way. The exterior of the Ghost is finished in a two-tone paint job that combines English White and Silver Satin, which are complemented by two swans that form a heart on the coachline. The sedan sits on polished 20-inch forged alloy wheels, while the love theme continues onto the interior of the car. The interior is finished in Hotspur Red for the seat stitching, headliner, and headrest embroidery, while the seats feature Seashell leather.
As an added touch, the Ghost Eternal Love has illuminated treadplates that have "Love is Eternity" in Chinese, while a unique clock blends in nicely with the Tudor Oak wood panel. As with the majority of Rolls-Royce special editions, the Ghost Eternal Love only has cosmetic tweaks with the 6.6-liter V12 engine still putting out 563 horsepower. There's no word on pricing, but we're sure these lovely cars will sell out quickly.