Luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce has donated one of its Ghost models to the Sussex Police department and in the process has temporarily created what is probably the poshest police car ever made.
Sussex Police department in the south of England took delivery of this customised Rolls-Royce Ghost just for its annual Chichester Police Station Open Day.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge was displayed, complete with authentic police lights and the Sussex Police decals in blue and yellow reflective vinyls on the Andalusian White exterior paint finish, Interiors of the luxury saloon were finished in Black and Tan contrast leather interior.
A team from Rolls-Royce escorted this particular Black Badge Ghost and collected donations for Chestnut Tree House - the children's hospital for Sussex and also for one of the company's previous 'house' charities.
Andrew Ball, Global Corporate Communications Manager, said, "We were delighted to support Sussex Police at the Open Day. As a proud member of the local community, Rolls-Royce recognises the importance of the emergency services, including the Police. We were particularly pleased to see a number of our employees visiting the event with their families, and sharing their pride in the motor car they built."
The car has now been changed to its normal livery and despite rumours that it would be the first Rolls-Royce allocated to the Chief Constable, it has made its way back to the Rolls-Royce headquarters, which is in Goodwood (Sussex County).
This Rolls-Royce Ghost isn't the first exotic car to get a police patrol makeover. The Isle of Man police force got a BAC Mono earlier this year. Would the Dubai Police take inspiration from this and induct a Rolls Royce Ghost into their already attractive supercar fleet? We wouldn't be surprised if they did.