Rolls-Royce Phantom 6x6 Conversion Proves The World Has Gone Crazy

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There aren't many modified Rolls-Royce vehicles, and that's for good reason. One of the reasons for such is that Rolls-Royce already provides its customers with customised options to completely personalize their automobiles. The second argument, which is unquestionably the strongest, is that the British luxury car manufacturer can really forbid you from purchasing another Rolls-Royce if you modify one of their cars.

However, it didn't stop one 2004 Rolls-Royce Phantom owner from turning it into a beastly 6x6 modification that appears to be prepared for a Mad Max sequel. The Apocalypse Dark Horse Ford Bronco 6x6 and other similarly bizarre 6x6 conversions have been seen before, but the Phantom 6x6 is unquestionably the craziest one.

Danton Arts Kustoms performed the conversion. The French company had to remove the Phantom's back door, utilize the body of a 2005 BMW 7 Series as an extension, and use the 7er's rear axle to support the Phantom's extra set of wheels.

The ultimate result, which you can see in the video up there, is an off-road monster with 24-inch wheels, aluminum expanded fenders, yellow lights, and a light bar. We never anticipated it coming from a Rolls-Royce. Has everything gone crazy? In our opinion, yes.

Apart from the re-leathered upholstery and a few pieces of crocodile and snake leather in the front cabin, there aren't many aftermarket modifications inside. Even the car's original suicide doors are present, and the door panels are equipped with the standard Rolls-Royce umbrella storage compartment. Under the hood, where the 6.7-liter V12 engine with 453 horsepower is located, the narrative is the same. Apart from the bling, there are no other changes to it either.

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