Self-taught French artist turns Rolls-Royce Phantom into a 6×6 off-roading beast.
Distinct features includes bull bar, a huge LED light bar, as well as headlights and taillights finished in yellow.
The creator, Alexandre Danton, said it took him three months to build this hulky ride but a year to map out.
His other 47 custom creations includes a Landrover Defender 6×6, a Ferrari Modena transformed into an SP2.
Alexandre Danton hopes to sell the 6×6 Rolls-Royce Phantom for 5 million euros.
A stretch, custom-made Rolls-Royce Phantom finished in matte black and riding on six rugged off-road tyres was recently snapped at Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands while being shipped to UAE.
This hulky ride, created by Alexandre Danton, started out life as a 2005 Rolls-Royce Phantom 7 Series 1 before undergoing a series of modifications.
Distinct features on this unique creation includes a black bull bar, a central exhaust, a huge LED light bar, distinct bumper, as well as headlights and taillights that have also been tinted yellow.
Inside, the cabin has bright orange leather, a crocodile leather on the steering wheel as well as a snake leather on the center console. Still powering it is a standard Rolls-Royce Phantom engine.
Speaking with Supercar Blondie’s Dominika Sofroniciova in UAE, Alexandre Danton said the creation took him three months to build and a year to map out.
The self-taught French artist said he has already made 47 custom creations, including a Landrover Defender 6×6, a Ferrari Modena transformed into an SP2, since he first started this work 15 years ago. He hopes to sell the 6×6 Rolls-Royce Phantom for 5 million euros.