The daily commute through London is something that will cause a certain amount of dread for most people.
The sun has barely even shown signs of rising by the time you leave the house, before you struggle to find a place to stand on the tube without touching your fellow travellers, never mind finding a seat. Wouldn’t it be nice to be chauffeur-driven to the office?
However, through the bleak outlook of the working morning comes a vision, a spirit, a truly magnificent sight to behold to perk you up for the day ahead…it’s a Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II.
The elegant luxury vehicle has been parked outside London’s Victoria Train Station to promote the upcoming Inside Rolls-Royce exhibition, set to be held at the Saatchi Gallery, near Duke of York Square, from Thursday 13 November 2014 to Sunday 16 November 2014.
Presented in pure white, a number of lucky travellers were able to take a seat inside the incredible machine, sitting on the luxury interior and observing the quality of material and attention to detail that really sets the Ghost II apart from any other car.
Unsurprisingly, the recently updated model was the subject of some fevered attention among the early crowds, with many stopping to take a picture or two of the pristine model.
The Inside Rolls-Royce exhibition is free to the public and will offer unprecedented access to the inner workings of the manufacturer as it strives to create absolute driving and design perfection.
Visitors will be able to experience the craftsmanship and engineering excellence that goes into every model in a fun and immersive way. To enjoy the attraction on a much more in-depth level, be sure to download the accompanying app, which allows users to find out more information as they walk past the exhibits.
The app, available now on the Apple App Store and Google Play, uses top of the range iBeacon technology to augment the viewer experience.
For any youngsters with a passion for stylish cars, there is an opportunity to take part in a number of workshops held by the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars’ Bespoke design team on Saturday 15 November and the following Sunday. Who knows, maybe one day they’ll be working on their very own model!
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