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With its £250,000 price-tag, the original Rolls-Royce Phantom has always been the preserve of the privileged few. But costing just £30,000, the GE, which stands for Geely Excellence, appears to offer a ‘luxurious mobile palace’ on a much tighter budget. Lambswool rugs Special soft leather interior: Single rear 'throne'. Flying Lady-style mascot Romantic 'starlight Headliner' in roof to emulate night sky. Companies often use or "borrow" words from other languages to give their product names a certain cachet. German makers of knapsacks refer to them as "Body Bags". I use an interpreter from time to time, so I know how difficult the job is.

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Daughter Charlotte di Carcaci, and youngest son Henry were also left paintings and jewellery.

Probate records revealed last week that Countess Spencer left £8,768,149, reduced to £5,810,568 after liabilities.

Hop inside, and the massage seats, pure wool carpet, subdued lighting and wine cabinet add to the impression.

But the car in question could hardly be less British. Although Geely claims to be ‘re-inventing the classic’, it seems Rolls-Royce bosses disagree.

‘Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is very protective of its brand image and takes seriously any attempt to imitate its products.

‘Rolls-Royce is currently keeping its options open and is in consultation with its legal advisers.’ The grille, the Flying Lady mascot, also known as the Spirit of Ecstasy, and the Rolls-Royce name and initials are specifically protected.

Earl Spencer died in 1992 and a year later Countess Spencer married French count Jean-Francois Pineton de Chambrun. Mr Davis, who is in his sixties and worked for the Spencer family for more than 30 years, said at his home in Hastings, East Sussex: 'I know I am in the will, but I am not going to talk about it.' Countess Spencer's eldest son William Legge, the Earl of Dartmouth, was left her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.

Second son Rupert Legge will receive a painting and a turquoise evening set by Van Cleef & Arpels.

They are consulting lawyers after seeing this Chinese-made car audaciously displayed just feet from the classic brand’s Phantom at the Shanghai Motor Show.

‘Our colleagues in Shanghai are taking a serious look at it,’ a spokesman said.

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