For reasons best known to the Chinese, this Ferrari red Piano has been christened as the Rolls Royce Piano. It costs a cool 2 million yuan – much beyond any ordinary Chinese citizens capability to buy it. That’s approximately 300,000$ USD.
The justification for the name is apparently a paint and finishing that’s the same as a Ferrari. Why they would rather not call it the Ferrari Piano instead of the Rolls Royce piano is where your guess would be as good as mine. Perhaps the Rolls tag simply feels more classier as compared to the sporty derivation from the Ferrari ?
The piano is currently at Deji Square in Nanjing, East China’s Jiangsu province.