As we have previously reported, in a few days a posh exhibition called Inside Rolls-Royce Exhibition will kick off in London, giving an in-depth insight into the wonderful world of Britain’s top car maker. As a teaser and also a warmup for the show, RR has setup a small display at London’s Victoria Train Station with a Series II Ghost.
The train station exhibit seem a bit too blue-collar when you realize the actual show will be hosted at the Saatchi Gallery, on Duke of York Square just off London’s King’s Road. But it’s a free exhibition and everybody is welcome to visit. Rolls-Royce may be a high-class marque bought mostly by snobby aristocrats, but somehow it is of the people and this event proves that.
At the Inside Rolls-Royce Exhibition visitors will enjoy an inside view of how craftsmen and women of RR go about crafting what is known as the “best car in the world,” and strive for perfection with every bit of it. Visitors will also be treated to a fun and immersive sensory journey through the marque’s world-renowned design, craftsmanship and engineering excellence.
There is also a free app for the display with augmented reality function, enriching the visitor’s experience through the use of cutting-edge iBeacon technology.