Rolls-Royce Phantom Gold
Price: 8 100 000 $
When you want to talk about the most luxurious automobile ever created, then you are going to have to take a look at the gold plated Rolls Royce Phantom. Coming in at a cool $8.1 million, this Rolls Royce features gold trim, armor plating, and all it took was 18 months to build. That’s right – not only is it one of the most expensive vehicles ever created, but it is also one of the safest vehicles as well.
Not Only Is It Tricked Out, But It Can Withstand a Hand Grenade
Built for an anonymous Middle Eastern business man, this tricked out Rolls Royce with gold trim has such high grade armor to it that not only can it withstand the bullets from a would be assassin, but it can even resist an explosion from a hand grenade. That means the owner of this beautiful vehicle can not only go to work safely, but also in style.
That’s right – with a full Italian leather interior, a built a workstation, and 18 karat gold trim on the inside to match what is on the outside, this Rolls Royce Phantom truly is a work of art. Some vehicles may talk about luxury and make an attempt to find it, but this vehicle truly is the epitome of what luxury cars should be. This really is the standard that businessmen who need to travel in style will be aiming for now that we all have the knowledge of it having been built.
So if you are in the market for a Rolls Royce Phantom that has the best of everything, from Italian leather to 18 karat gold trim to one of the highest grades of armor ever installed on a civilian vehicle, then this lovely vehicle can be yours as well, assuming you can find the owner and come up with the seven to eight figure price that it commands.
2 thoughts on “Rolls-Royce Phantom Gold”
That interior photo doesn’t match the car in the other pictures. Was that extra length added between the front and rear doors just for the front seat????
idk man, but after drinking that 1907 shipwreck champagne, i wrecked this car and did 8 barrel rolls…allstate wont insure me with accident forgiveness on this one…