Are you jealous of your neighbor’s Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6? Want to one up him? Then this 6×6 Rolls-Royce Phantom is just what you might be looking for.
Custom car creator, Alexandre Danton of Danton Arts Kustoms, is the creator of this six-wheel monstrosity and he’s hoping to find some rich
sucker car guy to buy it off him for 5 million euros ($5.28 million USD).
The Rolls started life as a 2004 Phantom before it was hacked apart and extended. The car is now 6.3 meters long and 2.3 meters wide and has the carbon footprint of a small village. To complete the rugged off-road look, the 6×6 has a roof mounted LED bar, side skirts, roof rack, front bumper bar and a tow hitch.
The car rolls on massive 24-inch wheels with gold plated brake calipers because this is a Rolls-Royce with a lot of bling. Besides the yellow tint on the lights, everything else is “murdered out” matte black.
Inside, there isn’t much aftermarket mods other than new leather upholstery and some crocodile and snakeskin leather. The car retains its suicide doors and the Rolls-Royce umbrella that is stowed within the door. The same story goes for under under the hood. The engine is the same 453 hp 6.7-liter V12 used in every other Phantom. Danton did added some gold bling to the intake manifold.
If it was Rolls-Royce offering a one-off 6×6 Phantom for sale, they would have no problem getting $5.28 million for it. Whether Alexandre Danton can get that much for his 6×6 is highly questionable. But I wish him luck.