The customized vehicle from Rolls Royce features six wheels, gold brakes, and a steering wheel made of crocodile leather. Danton Arts Kustoms constructed this vehicle, based on the 2005 Rolls-Royce Phantom, with the intention of selling it for 5 million euros. The next creation from Danton Arts Kustoms will be a 6-wheel Lamborghini Urus.
At his chateau in France, Danton has been modifying cars for almost 20 years. The masterwork is supposed to have taken him three months to remake. According to “Ladbible,” he changed the seats, wrapped the armrest in snake skin, and covered the steering wheel in crocodile leather. In an effort to contrast the matte black appearance of the car, even the brakes are gold-plated.
According to the automotive website “HotCars,” the Rolls Royce Phantom 66’s 6.8-liter V-12 engine was manufactured in 2005. Danton made no mechanical changes to the standard Phantom engine, however the engine is covered in an unusual gold leaf. Danton, meantime, is famous for his customized automobiles. His creations include a 1971 Porsche 911T with a 6.75 liter Bentley V8 in place of the original engine and a 1970 Lamborghini Espada with a brand-new V12 engine from Sant’ Agata Bolognese.