There isn’t much extra Rolls Royce can add to their uniquely prestigious and elegant range of cars to make them any more luxurious. Or at least that’s what we thought here at CDCLifestyle before we came across the following pictures.
We don’t know whether to love it or hate it, but it has definitely grabbed our attention. This 1962 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II, which is to be auctioned in the coming months, has been adorned with over a million Swarovski silver crystals. The collaboration between Rolls Royce and Swarovski is one we’re not too sure about, but it may have borne the world’s most luxurious car. Beloved by car enthusiasts for generations, the Silver Cloud was the core model of the Rolls Royce motorcars range from April 1955 until March 1966. Currently on display at Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich, the entire body of the classic car has been embellished with the luxury company’s trademark cut crystals. So much is the enhancement of this classic vehicle that the prominent, silver allure of the brand’s stunning trademark, the Spirit of Ecstasy, is matched by the the multi-coloured display of light-reflecting crystals.
The garish, sparkling model is to be auctioned for the ‘Help in Motion’ charity, a foundation helping with the care, support and rehabilitation of drug addicts, and with that we’ll leave to form your own conclusions about what happens when you cross Rolls Royce with Swarovski.
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