Rolls-Royce’s Six-Wheel Phantom: Luxury Beast Unleashed

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Rolls-Royce's Six-Wheel Phantom
Rolls-Royce's Six-Wheel Phantom

Rolls-Royce, synonymous with luxury and elegance, surprises with the introduction of the world’s first six-wheel Phantom, deviating from its traditional image. This monstrous creation, resembling a post-apocalyptic vehicle, is the brainchild of Alexandre Danton from Danton Arts Kustoms.

Constructed from a 2005 Rolls-Royce Phantom, Danton’s team replaced the rear section, adding two axles and four wheels to create the six-wheel marvel. With bold modifications, including yellow headlights, a roof-mounted LED light bar, matte black paint, and a bull bar, the vehicle exudes ferocity.

The elongated trunk now houses off-roading gear, expanding the model’s dimensions to 248.0 inches in length and 90.5 inches in width. Every body panel underwent transformation, accompanied by anti-skid plates, a jerry can, and sidesteps for accessibility.

Rolls-Royce's Six-Wheel Phantom
Rolls-Royce’s Six-Wheel Phantom

Riding on 24-inch black wheels with all-terrain tires, the former luxury sedan boasts a reupholstered cabin featuring vibrant orange leather, accented with exotic materials like crocodile leather and snakeskin.

Despite these dramatic alterations, the original 6.75-liter V12 engine remains, complemented by gold flakes adorning the engine cover and brake calipers.

This custom creation, taking three months to build, was listed for £4.3 million ($5.2 million), reflecting its uniqueness. Registered in Luxembourg, the vehicle bears a license plate ironically reading “EV.”

For those intrigued by six-wheelers, alternatives like Apocalypse 6×6 offer options at a more accessible price point, attracting notable figures like Shaquille O’Neal and Luka Doncic.

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