Rolls-Royce Donates Ghost to Sussex Police Department
British luxury carmaker Rolls-Royce has given one Ghost model to the Sussex Police Department, leading to the creation of the poshest police car ever made, even though temporarily.
The Sussex Police department in the southern England took the delivery of the customized Rolls-Royce Ghost for their annual Chichester Police Station Open Day.
For the day, the Ghost Black Badge had been completely adorned with the Sussex Police decals in yellow and blue reflective vinyl over the Andalusian White exterior paint and authentic police lights. While the Interiors of the car had been decked in Black and Tan contrast leather.
The Black Badge Ghost was accompanied by a team from the Rolls-Royce, which collected funds for the Chestnut Tree House- A Children’s Hospital in Sussex as well as for the Rolls-Royce ‘house’ charities.
Global Corporate Communications Manager, Andrew Ball, said,” Rolls-Royce is delighted to support the Sussex Police on the occasion of the Open Day. Being a proud member of the community, Rolls-Royce realises the importance that emergency services carry, including the Police. Rolls-Royce is pleased to see their employees visiting the event with families, and eventually sharing the pride in the car they helped build.”
However, the car has been brought back to the normal shades and returned to the Rolls-Royce HQ despite rumors that the car will be staying with Chief Constable.