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One inventive car designer has put his epic twist on a Rolls Royce Phantom and it’s safe to say they’ve gone above and beyond what anyone would expect from a car.
If Batman had a Rolls Royce this would be it.
The beast of the car is based on the 2005 Phantom and it has gone through some serious customisation from Danton Arts Kustoms.
The car customisation company, run by Frenchman Alexandre Danton, is hoping to sell the mammoth creation for €5 million (AU$7.5m, £4.3m).
Danton spent three months tearing apart and re-piecing the masterpiece.
Danton re-leathered the seats, added crocodile leather to the steering wheel, and even covered the armrest in snakeskin.
Meanwhile, passengers have been treated to aircraft-style entertainment screens installed in the back - presumably so you can watch something like Fast & Furious while you feel like a bada** in your own supercar.
There are even gold-plated brakes to give your feet a sense of royalty as you come to a stop.
As for the exterior, the car includes an added bullbar, a roof rack with a yellow light bar, and extra side steps.
And why have four wheels when you can have six?
Danton managed to extend the phantom by using the shell and rear of a 2005 BMW seven series, meaning those extra wheels can join in on the party.
Danton wrote on his Instagram: “Do you like 6 wheels? I do.”
Of course, it’s not the first six-wheeled Rolls Royce to be seen in the world, with Lady Penelope's bright pink FAB 1 in Thunderbirds taking out that distinction.
However, we have to say the colour on this beast is much nicer than the FAB 1.
With its matte-black design, you wouldn’t be shocked if you saw this monster strolling through the streets of Gotham.
Danton’s other projects are just as ambitious and epic as his Rolls Royce creation.
Other custom cars include a Lamborghini Espada, a Coca-Cola plated Citroen, and a Ferrari Modena, among many others.
All of these will be made out of his garage in his mansion in Ardeche, south-eastern France-Chateau de Gerlinde.
I mean, when he’s selling these cars for millions, there’s no wonder his house looks the way it does.
Looking forward to seeing which millionaire pops on a bat suit and strolls around the streets in this bad boy.
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