The FAB1, a Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Wheelbase, was recently introduced by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The FAB1 Million project, which Chris Evans oversees, was formed to raise £1 million for Breast Cancer Care by making it available for hiring over the next 12 months. This bespoke Ghost can be made to appear in exclusive events.
It can also be hired for a special event. All of its proceeds will benefit Breast Cancer Care. To support this project and highly admirable cause, the Rolls-Royce Bespoke team built a highly impressive motor car, merging multiple bespoke elements, ranging from pink accented umbrellas to hand-embroidered headrests that carry the Breast Cancer Care pink ribbon motif.
Additional improvements include the one-of-a-kind ‘FAB1’ treadplates and a Blushing Pink and Crème Light interior leather scheme. The silver satin bonnet features an uplit Spirit of Ecstasy. Aside from providing an excellent ride experience and adequate legroom, the passengers get an outstanding experience with its hand veneered picnic tables, 9.2 inch LCD screens and a champagne coolbox.
Occupants will surely have a pleasant trip with its 10-channel amplifier and 16 speakers offering 600 Watts of surround sound as well as its leather seats and lambswool footmats.
“When I received the call from Chris Evans to support FAB1 Million, we immediately sprang into action,” said Jolyon Nash, Sales and Marketing Director. “It’s taken countless hours to create such a special car but every minute spent is absolutely worth it for such a valuable cause. We wish the project every success.”
There is no doubt that Rolls-Royce Motor Cars created its most powerful car in the Rolls-Royce Ghost. However, this power is delivered in the Rolls-Royce Ghost differently from other cars – simple yet elegant as well as pampered and pulse-lowering.
This simple manner of power delivery also extends to the act of driving. The new Rolls-Royce Ghost is laden with an array of complex engineering software and technologies that make it easier and more enjoyable to drive this new vehicle.
Likewise, there is no doubt that the carmaker created its most driver-focused so far in the Rolls-Royce Ghost. The proof lies in the fact that the driver is given the authority position, which is higher than anyone else in the cabin. Moreover, the fascia of the Rolls-Royce Ghost now features a clear styling, a spacious in design and an intuitive layout. It is laden with neatly sculpted controls – those bearing the more important functions highlighted by chrome accents. Violin keys and an ergonomic roller-ball control are placed on the black-rimmed steering wheel, behind of which lies the soft-lit instrument panel.
On the other hand, the new Rolls-Royce Ghost comes with a control center display that remains concealed behind a veneered panel until needed – displaying functions like telephone, communication, satellite navigation and entertainment. These functions managed through a central rotary controller, as bordered by quick-access buttons on the front center console.