The interior featured champagne colored silk upholstery, inlaid satin wood trim and wolfhound fur rugs on the floor. The rear seats were embroidered with the Persian crown. The total bill came to approx. $30,000 dollars. At that time it was billed as “The worlds costliest car.” At some point in the car’s history, it was repainted blue with black fenders and sidemounts were added. This car currently is on display in the National Car Museum in capital.