Who Wears The Suicide Doors Better, The Rolls-Royce Phantom Or Mercedes G-Class By Hofele?
Who wears the Suicide Doors better, the Rolls-Royce Phantom or the Ultimate HG, a Mercedes G-Class By Hofele Design?
Rolls-Royce Motors’ current lineups, including the Cullinan SUV, the Ghost sedan and the range-topping Phantom sedan are some of the world’s most luxurious and expensive cars.
In addition to offering a seamless “magical carpet ride” for its customers, the hand-crafted automobiles comes with distinct coach doors that sets it apart from very few rivals.
Popularly known as suicide-doors, the signature door, unlike the conventional doors, has a rear-hinged rear passenger doors. This style of the door easily lends itself to being more of a chauffeur-driven vehicle than owner-driven.
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But like we’ve seen from many luxury tuners around the world, German tuning specialist Hofele Design recently surprised us with his Ultimate HG, an ultra-luxury Mercedes G-Wagon with Rolls-Royce coach doors.
Dubbed the ultimate G-Wagon, the Ultimate HG is designed to be the toughest and much-loved alternative to the world’s most luxurious Saloons and Limousines.
In addition to the bespoke two-tone paint finish in Carpathian Grey by Range Rover over Crystal Black by Rolls-Royce, its Rolls-Royce type of doors provide rear seat passengers with a much-improved ease of entry and exit.
The ultra-luxury “Ultimate HG” by HOFELE is currently available on request.
So, Who Wears The Suicide Doors Better, Is It The Rolls-Royce Phantom Or The Mercedes G-Class By Hofele?