This super flashy Rolls-Royce Phantom was given the full Mansory treatment and it shows.
As you can imagine, the price tag reflects that, and the car is actually a lot more expensive than you think.
Now, the Phantom isn’t exactly the most discreet car in the world to begin with but Mansory really wanted to make it stand out.
In order to do that, the company started by replacing the factory bumpers with much bigger ones.
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In addition to that, the car is also now equipped a massive diffuser, new intakes and a rear lip spoiler.
Obviously, the Phantom is a comfortable private jet for the road, not a racing car.
So bear in mind that these components were mostly added for extra style points.
Mansory also fitted enormous 24-inch wheels finished in glossy black with orange center caps.
They would look ridiculous on any other sedan but Mansory can get away with it simply because the Phantom is huge.
It is actually the longest passenger vehicle in the world with a length of 229 inches – or 5.76 meters.
And if you think the exterior is a bit showy, wait until you see the cabin.
It’s lavish and colorful, a festival of kitsch – but in a good way.
It combines gloss black finish for the dashboard with black suede for the carpets.
The seats, center console and the steering wheel are upholstered in a orange leather with black leather inserts.
It’s definitely a conversation starter.
But then again if you show up with a Darth Vader-style car that’s 6 nearly meters long, the conversation has already started before you even get out of the car.
But don’t be tricked into thinking the Mansory Phantom is all show and no go.
The factory 6.75-liter V12 was tuned to deliver 602 hp and a whopping 700 lb-ft of torque.
And you need that power and torque because this car weighs 2.5 tons.
This car isn’t everybody.
Partly because of its over-the-top design and partly because of the price.
The flagship Rolls-Royce Phantom starts at around $460,000, while the Extended Wheelbase model starts at roughly $550,000.
And the Mansory model you see here?
It costs $1 million.
Yep, you read that right.