A lot of big names are giving back and helping charities. The people at Rolls Royce are doing their par. This is evident in the 2013 Rolls-Royce FAB1.
The FAB1 lives up to its name, it's drizzled in an absolutely fabulous shade of pink. A project headed by Chris Evans, Rolls Royce aims to raise over Â£1 million for Breast Cancer Care through their FAB1.
|Vehicle Type: Luxury Sedan||Est. Market Price: NA|
|Fuel Tank Capacity: 21.8 gals (82.5 L)||MPG: 14 city / 29 hwy|
|Length: 219.3 in. (556.9 cm)||Wheelbase: 136.4 in. (346.5 cm)|
|Height: 61 in. (155 cm)||Width: 76.7 in. (194.8 cm)|
|Unladen Weight: 5335 lbs (2420 kg)||Ground Clearance: NA|
|Luggage Capacity: 17.3 cu ft||Maximum Seating: 5|
|Engine: V12 Direct Injection||Displacement: 6592 cc|
|Horsepower: 563 HP||Max RPM: 5250 rpm|
|Torque: 575 lb-ft @ 1500 rpm||Transmission: 8-Speed ZF 8HP90|
|0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds||Top Speed: 155 mph* (250 km/h)|
The Rolls-Royce Bespoke team used a Ghost Extended Wheelbase for the project. They included a special pink bespoke umbrella as well as pink hand-stitched interior and headrests which showcase a beautifully embroidered Breast Cancer Care ribbons.
FAB1 Million aims to raise about 1 million pounds for Breast Cancer Care through the iconic Rolls Royce FAB1 Bespoke. The FAB1 is a pink car used in a British television series back in the 1960s, "The Thunderbirds."
This was driven by the fictional character, Lady Penelope. The project launch was held on April 18, 2013 with a star-studded point-to-point drive using the Rolls Royce FAB1.
Rolls Royce is known for making exquisite vehicles with ample leg room and a comfortable ride for any passenger. The Ghost Extended Wheelbase did not need a lot of modifications in terms of performance.
A handy veneer picnic table was installed along with a 9.2" LCD screen supported by a 10-channel amplifier to go with the 16 speakers.
What's a Rolls Royce without a bit of bubbly? This car has a beautiful champagne coolbox which allows anyone to sit back and relax while they enjoy the ride.