• Oct 5, 2006

British tuning house Project Kahn seem to have a knack for messing with perfection like few others kahn. They'll take your Ferrari, Bentley, Range Rover, Aston Martin or other bespoke wheels and take it a step further.

Kahn's latest project starts with the already elite Rolls Royce Phantom and raises the stakes while dropping the height with an electronically-adjustable suspension, monster 22-inch rims, tinted glass, and full Nappa leather interior. And – the cherry atop the sundae – a carbon fiber umbrella stashed in the door.

It's simply the only thing to do when the fellow at the mansion down the street buys a Phantom just like yours and you simply must show him up.

[Source: Motor Authority]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Number 8 -- VULGAR is what sells it.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Somebody forgot that cars are PRODUCTS for a MARKET. The old Rolls market died-- except the part about having the most conspicuous status symbol. The present Phantom points brilliantly to that market, whether you like the car or not.__ Sorry, I give the "SO WHAT! AWARD" for September to the person who posted that the gorgeous Bentley is a "facelifted" Phaeton. You are upset by criteria no consumer for the car cares about. __I am next to Beverly Hills. The average age of the Rolls and Bentley drivers I see is decades less than the Cadillac drivers, so they have longevity now, where they were both for old farts 5 years ago. By the way, the Mayback (of which I have seen about 4, to 3 dozen Phantoms, is not just similar to a Mercedes, but actually looks just like Queen Juliana of Holland (Isn't she dead?)
      • 8 Years Ago
      What the successful pimps are driving.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Im shocked at why the Bently has been selling so well when its a facelifted Volkswagen Phaeton while the RR Phanthom has not. Rolls sold 560 last year while Bently sold 2400. Unbelievable.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Typical Ignorant Opinions

      Flying Spur is a Cheap Alternative to the Arnage so will sell more units than Arnage & Phantom

      Rolls Phantom is supposed to be EXCLUSIVE so would be Silly if they sold 4000 units a year (Don't you think)

      Rolls have decided to produce a Cheaper Model than the Phantom which should sell in higher numbers. (Good Idea IMO)

      gkz
      • 8 Years Ago
      #1 -

      PRICE. that's it... there are a lot more customers in the world who can afford roughly 150k than those who can afford roughly 350k.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Those wheels are about as declasse as the BMW 6's rims. Leave it to tuners to screw up a good thing.

      http://www.automobilesdeluxe.blogspot.com
      • 8 Years Ago
      Rolls has a presence, but is ugly. And I think it's a lot longer, too, making it much harder to drive around. It's probably due purely to aesthetics.

      As for Maybach, that's because it looks almost exactly like a regular Mercedes.