Presented at the Chichester Police Station Open Day, the specially-prepared Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge featured authentic lights and Sussex Police decals. The car was created to support Sussex Police and features an Andalusian White exterior. Inside the cabin, there’s black and tan leather. Rolls-Royce said the police car drew huge crowds, including new Chichester MP, Gillian Keegan. The British automaker also collected donations for Chestnut Tree House, the children’s hospice for Sussex.
But before anyone gets the idea that the Sussex Police is getting a Ghost in its fleet, Rolls-Royce was quick to return the car back to normal, removing the decals, essentially dispelling rumors that it would be the first Rolls-Royce allocated to the Chief Constable. Clearly, the Sussex Police isn’t taking a page out of the Abu Dhabi Police’s playbook.
“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,” said Andrew Ball, global corporate communications manager for Rolls-Royce. “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.”
Courtesy of Autoguide.com