A couple of years ago we were asked by the Rolls Royce Owners Club to conduct a few seminars at their National Inter-Regional Meet in Orlando, FL. I was selected to go and do the seminars, and the Friday night of the event we had dinner at a nearby Rolls Royce/Lamborghini dealership. They had cleared out the showrooms, other than a couple of cars in each, and had all the food laid out, the bars set up, and the requisite tables for dining. Several people who had taken the seminars approached me and asked if I would look at something for them as they wanted to confirm what they were seeing. After a while, whenever someone approached me and asked me to "check this out" I immediately knew where they wanted to take me - to the brand spanking new, black Rolls Royce Phantom sedan sitting in the show room, full of swirls. And a sticker price just over $400,000.
But, to be fair, it had been in dealer inventory for a while and so it had it been wiped down several times, and most likely quickly washed a few times as well. One would hope that a RR dealer would do some very nice prep work prior to delivery once the car is sold, but we're never surprised to see swirls on very expensive cars.