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Rolls-Royce Ghost KoChaMongKol Honors Thailand

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Rolls-Royce has already released special edition inspired by Hawks, by the Sea, by Horses, by Music, by Tigers and by Dragons. But this is the first time they’ve come up with a car inspired by elephants with Rolls-Royce Ghost KoChaMongKol.

Mind you, this car is not a celebration of the elephant, but rather the country that revers the animal as its icon: Thailand. You may not know it, but Thailand has a thriving luxury car culture and some pretty high-end tuners. In a way, then, a celebratory model like the KoChaMongKol was long overdue.

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That begs the question, why is Rolls-Royce Ghost KoChaMongKol finished in English White then? It’s not that big an issue though, because they have painted some elephant motifs on the caoschline which leaves you in no doubt this car is quintessentially Thai. Elephant, FYI, is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune in that part of the world.

Other highlights of Rolls-Royce Ghost KoChaMongKol, which is based on the Extended Wheel Base model, include Natural grain leather in Smoke Grey and Dark Spice contrasting with the Mandarin seat piping and headrest embroidery, and more elephant motifs etched into the wood panelling.

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