Rolls-Royce Ghost Worth ₦300 Million Stuck Inside Flood
Trending images of an uber-luxury Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan worth over ₦300 Million is really depressing.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost was caught up during heavy rains and massive floodings in Indonesia capital, Jakarta.
But the incident isn’t a recent happening as the pictures is only resurfacing 8 years after a torrential rainfall in Indonesia.
The resultant massive floodings left at least a dozen people dead and nearly 20,000 homeless back in 2013.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost which has been describe by many as a ‘Land Yacht’ is currently one of the best-selling luxury sedans on the market despite its six-figure starting price.
Seeing one cruising is bound to turn heads as this uber-luxury hand-built British made sedan worth over 300,000,000 million Naira (₦300 million) is one of the rarest cars on the Nigerian roads.
But pictures of one currently trending on social media pages is really depressing after the Rolls-Royce Ghost was caught up during heavy rains and massive floodings in Indonesia capital, Jakarta.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost isn’t in a pretty state as someone, likely the chauffeur, was seen scooping water out of the exquisite interior of the flooded sedan.
Efforts were also made by good some samaritans to try to rescue the stuck second generation Rolls-Royce Ghost from the rain waters.
But this incident isn’t a recent happening as the pictures is only resurfacing 8 years after a torrential rainfall and the resultant massive floodings left at least a dozen people dead and nearly 20,000 homeless back in 2013.
In a related news :
Last year, a Rolls-Royce Ghost also met its end in an unnamed area in Lagos, Nigeria, after going up in flames. A footage of the incident shows flames roaring through the engine as people aimed bucket of water and fire extinguishers at the blazing vehicle.
Despite their efforts to save the white saloon car, the Rolls-Royce Ghost was reduced to heaps of charred metal within minutes. The cause of the fire was not stated in the video, but the engine fire suggests a fuel leak.