The world’s first Rolls-Royce Phantom 6×6 is very bad

The world’s first Rolls-Royce Phantom 6×6 is very bad


We recently scanned the Mansory website and came across what we like to call ‘Wrong Rolls-Royce Cullinan’. Sure, there is no controversy over taste, but as far as we are concerned, it is proletarianism through and through. But that could be worse, it is clear from this six-wheeled Phantom. “It took 3 months to turn around and we got a unique first look:, says in the description below a video from Supercar Blondie.

Ultimate Bad Rolls-Royce Phantom

Modified Rolls-Royces are few and far between and that is a good thing. It is not without reason that the luxury car brand offers customers specially designed options to differentiate themselves. Still, some feel compelled to turn to a third party to completely repair the car.

And then you get into tragedies of this kind. Your eyes are now keenly aware of the Rolls-Royce Phantom, which has been modified by Danton Arts Kustoms, a French voice converter who has often made this kind of conversion. All elegance has been exploited by the release of matt black and bright yellow lights, as well as light fixtures on the roof.

It’s amazing to say the least, but they were completely exhausted when they decided to cut down the back door and break the old BMW 7 Series to lengthen the car.

Supercar Blondie

The interior is largely left alone, except for the leather upholstery again with a few pieces of crocodile and snake skin in the front cabin. The same goes for a power train. The 453 V12 engine has not changed. We saw the beast pass by in a video of Supercar Blondie, who accumulated wealth through his videos about anything with an engine and is very valuable.