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Look at this Rolls-Royce Ghost police car

And no, it isn’t real. Sorry

Published: 18 Jul 2017
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No, the Dubai Police Force hasn’t been shopping again. The police-liveried Rolls-Royce Ghost up top is in fact the work of Rolls-Royce itself, which fitted this Black Badge with flashy lights and a Sussex Police livery to raise money for local children’s hospice Chestnut Tree House. 

Rolls displayed the car at an open day held by its local police station in Chichester, not far from its Goodwood HQ. Unfortunately it wasn’t then pressed into active service – Rolls has since turned it back into a ‘standard’ Ghost Black Badge. Shame. 

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Granted, £260K is a smidge more than Her Majesty’s finest might normally spend on a patrol car, but we reckon a Ghost BB would make a decent one. With a twin-turbo V12 and 603bhp it’s fast enough to catch almost anything that attempts to flee, and there’s space in the back for many criminals. We’re sure Rolls would replace the rear-seats with hard plastic items, were they required…

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