Last week in Japan, Office-K set up a gathering of some of the best tuned Rolls-Royce Phantom and Drophead coupes around! Just take a look at all the pictures we have for you. I don’t even want to add up the price tag of all these luxury cars, but it definitely exceeds 10 million. Add the Rolls-Royce tuning along with that and you can probably estimate 20 million on this street alone. Now we’re just waiting for the Bugatti meet to happen so it can blow away the Rolls-Royce Phantom and Dropheads price tag in one showing.
Wald International has started off the year right with their latest package hitting the tuning market for the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. It falls under the “Black Bison Edition” which consists of several aero parts constructed of carbon fiber. Included in the kit is a new front bumper with new vents and LED daytime running lights, new rocker panels, trim along the fenders, boot lid spoiler, and rear apron with a new diffuser.
This car right here has to be the ugliest Rolls-Royce Phantom tuning project ever performed. It really isn’t even worth a post here at Fancy Tuning since the build lacks so much taste, however we figured it will give everyone a good laugh. I’m not even going to go into detail about what has been done because it was a ridiculous waste of time and money to see the Rolls-Royce receive this treatment. The YouTube video is titled Rolls-Royce Phantom Totally Bespoke and goes the track of Lady Gaga “Bad Romance” which fits the car. Ugly and diseased is right, lets just hope this Rolls-Royce Phantom finds the junkyard soon. Now let’s post some real tuned cars.
A couple months ago Wald International released the concept of the Rolls-Royce Phantom with the extended wheel-base (EWB), but it is now official. Here is a nice set of pictures showcasing the latest package for the Rolls Phantom. Falling under the Wald International Black Bison Edition line, the Rolls-Royce kit consists of a Bentley styled front bumper, modified side skirts, and an extended rear bumper. Other customizations include LED daytime running lights, front fender vents, and a trunk mounted spoiler. Completing the exterior look is a new set of 24-inch Renovatio forged wheels wrapped in high performance tires. The powerplant has been left without any modifications this time, since Wald usually concentrates on the styling of luxury cars. From the factory the Rolls-Royce produces 453 bhp and 720 Nm of torque from the 6.75-liter V12 engine.