Its full name is the Rolls-Royce Ghost Red Diamond and it wears a Red Velvet exterior, a brushed aluminum grille and red accents on the wheels.
The interior has not been left stock either, as the automaker mentions the Consort Red shade, which is combined with the tan leather seating and matching headrest cushions.
On their customers’ request, Rolls-Royce did not stop there: no less than 41 individual diamonds were added to the cabin, “each set into geometric open pore inlays within the Paldao veneer” – hence the name, we presume.
No performance specs on the one-off Ghost Red Diamond Edition were announced, so we’re probably safe to assume that the stock 563hp 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 is still found under its hood. That’s plenty to go round, even for royals.