• Oct 6, 2010

Rolls-Royce Ghost Diva edition by Fenice Milano – Click above for high-res image gallery

Between the gallons of chrome and the Spirit of Ecstasy protruding from its prominent grille, the contemporary offerings from Rolls-Royce have become a favorite among the bling crowd. But there are always those looking for something more outlandish. We thought Mansory had them covered with their take on the Ghost, but even that's looking subdued in comparison to Fenice Milano's Diva.

Decked out in more gold than an aging Mediterranean playboy's neck, the Diva edition takes the borderline tasteful way over the top. The hood, grille, side sills and mirrors have all been coated in 24-karat gold, as has the interior, along with custom teak, leather and Alcantara trim. It's enough to make Liberace spin in his grave, and if you're wearing your gold D&G sunglasses, you can check it out for yourself in the gallery below and the press release after the jump.



[Source: Fenice Milano]
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'DIVA' FENICE MILANO: ELEGANCE AND RACINESS FOR A CAR WITH A STRONG PERSONALITY


Everlasting synonym of class, elegance and perfect English style, Rolls Royce has become through the years the brand of celebrities and of all major international politicians.

In 2009, to meet the market's modern request, the renowned English manufacturer launched the Ghost model. The 'baby' Rolls (it is only 540 cm long) has a less formal look compared to her bigger sisters, but it doesn't abandon the typical pride of the flagships boasted with the 'Spirit of Ecstasy', the famous little statue on the front. Moreover its sporty character is supported by the 12V engine 570 Hp that make of her the more powerful Rolls ever built, able to accelerate from 0 to 100 Km/h in only 4,9 seconds.

The 'Diva' by Fenice Milano is based on this jewel produced in a limited quantity. Thanks to an important internal and external restyling, the 'Diva' adds a touch of Italian elegance and style, together with technical and performance improvements, able to make this car a true masterpiece with a strong personality.

To begin with the exterior, 'Diva' is proposed in three elegant versions with a bi-colour livery: from the classic blue navy, to the delicious bronze and the luxury limited edition white golden pearlescent varnishing that includes particles in 24K gold. For the navy-blue version, the bonnet and fender are in white golden pearlescent varnishing and chromed frontal grid; while for the white version the bonnet, fender and grid are in 24K gold. For the bronze version, instead, three combinations are available: bonnet, fender and grid in 24K gold, or bonnet and fender in white golden pearlescent varnishing and grid in 24K gold or chromed bronze grid.

Inside the console design has been maintained, but a few enhancements are provided, which due to the use of fine materials, make 'Diva' the most exclusive car available on the market. The dashboard and the passenger compartment are in biscuit?coloured leather and wood (teak or grey oak) and include white or bronze Alcantara profiles and inserts in 24K gold, whose outlines have been hand shaped by Fenice Milano's artisans. The wheel, redesigned starting from the original one, has the crown covered in biscuit-coloured leather ant the central part in 24K gold and wood (teak or grey oak). Also the seats take inspiration from the original ones, but are redesigned following ergonomic principles and realized in white combined with biscuit?coloured pure leather (alternatively a version with biscuit?coloured pure leather coupled with bronze Alcantara seats is available), and like in the original car the picnic tables and the integrated minibar with glass holders have been maintained and realized in 24K gold.

As it happens for all Fenice Milano's project, also for 'Diva' the aesthetic embellishments are coupled with technical interventions, able to improve the performances of the base model. The ECU upgrade, the suspensions adjustment and the optimization of the exhaust and suction system guarantee in fact notably superior performances and even more comfort onboard.


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Mac Daddy Pimpmobile. You know some rapper by the name of Ice Daddy Cool J will buy two.
      • 4 Years Ago
      When the Chinese make a conversion kit to make Chrysler 300's look like the Ghost...

      THE STREETS ARE GONNA BE A MESS.
      • 4 Years Ago
      looks far better than the masonry car, especially in the blue/silver combo.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Dear. God.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Ouch...that's the ultimate insult!
        • 4 Years Ago
        That's the problem, technomania; pimps would love this car, but pimps can't afford this car.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Who buys this stuff anyway?
        I've never seen a Mansory etc... clown Roller, ever. Maybe it's just a front for money laundering?
        • 4 Years Ago
        I feel like if I bought this thing I'd have to change professions and become a pimp-it's that tacky.
      Carlos
      • 4 Years Ago
      I just threw up all over my keyboard. Autoblog you will be receiving the bill for a new keyboard.
      • 4 Years Ago
      it's looks like a car modified in the GTA SAN ADREAS
      • 4 Years Ago
      Get the my bi##s to my new pimpmobile!


      emmmm not my style, but I can imagine what kind of customer that might have this street image;)
      • 4 Years Ago
      Not pretty, but I will say that the blue/silver version looks better than the others. I can almost actually stomach it. The biggest problem I have are the wheels. Not only do I not like the design, but why do the front wheels have ~3" lips and the rears only ~1" lips? Just doesn't look right.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I don't think the company is real. I can't seem to find a single picture of one of their cars. The website provides almost no info, and looks of like a high school project with car screenshots taken from Gran Turismo 5.

      I'm surprised autoblog even reported on this. A joke maybe?
      • 4 Years Ago
      BARF
      • 4 Years Ago
      The original Ghost is ugly enough without these
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