Way back in 1971, the Rolls Royce Motor Company came up with one of their most iconic designs, The Silver Shadow 1. Though Rolls Royce never really die out, but the strew of new innovations had put this luxury car in the background of popular offerings from the company. However, it makes a resurgent comeback as a specially crafted edition with a DJ booth and Armand de Brignac champagne, and is now christened the Lady of Luxury Rolls Royce. The concept of turning a classic Rolls Royce into something may be used corporate events, parties or exhibitions was bought in by designing house Vander Bijl Designs, who have given the classic car, a rather modern but sophisticated avatar, which is also available for sale at $327,909 (€250,000).
The Lady of Luxury is a custom build one off Rolls-Royce inspired by classic Riviera boats with mahogany lining on the car’s interiors. The luxury saloon's back is fitted with a mahogany interior, and can be used as either a DJ stage or platform for cocktail servers. The car is equipped with state-of-the-art speakers, an iPod docking station, and for the mobile bar, it features a fully equipped walnut wooden bar, 21 champagne coolers, which could double to store other beverages, along with a special champagne dispenser on the front grill using the ‘Flying Lady’
Partying and events would mean music and audio hence a hi-end music system has to be hanging somewhere in the near horizon. In this case, the Lady of Luxury has been fitted with the following fixtures:
· 5 JBL amplifiers with each wing having 16 individual speakers.
· 2 water proof subwoofers underneath the car
· The Nose of the car has 2 other waterproof speakers.
· A 150A dynamo, which ensures that the DJ booths is always up and running, even while the car is in motion.
Those wondering what the DJ booth would have, it’s a pair of Pioneer CDJ 1000 MK3 system along with a single unit of the Pioneer DJM 400 system. So what one might not otherwise be at one’s disposal at home, would certainly be ready for disposal with the Lady of Luxury Rolls Royce. In fact, it can be hired internationally for events and parties as well.
Perfect for those billionaires who love their cars highly customized and even use it differently, much like the Brazil's richest man, Eike Batista, who has parked a shiny silver Mercedes in his living room in Rio de Janeiro as a show piece.
Via: Lady of Luxury