In Pakistan, Rolls-Royce Phantoms go viral on social media

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In Pakistan, Rolls-Royce Phantoms go viral on social media
In Pakistan, Rolls-Royce Phantoms go viral on social media

It has been thanks to the fact that Rolls-Royce (RR) builds and sells ultra-luxurious cars which cost the same amount as the economic reserves of a small country that it has established its brand value. The vast majority of the global population is therefore unable to ever be able to afford a RR car, and can only dream of it.

The exception to this rule is if you’re a Pakistani of course, who follows the “fake it till you make it” line of thought. The video of a local RR Phantom copy has recently caught the attention of social media, and this is most definitely a commendable development.

In Pakistan, Rolls-Royce Phantoms go viral on social media

It appears in the video that the 7th generation RR Phantom replica is parked in front of a shop somewhere in Pakistan as it drives up to it and parks. In addition to RR’s signature long bonnet, similar alloy wheels, and a rear-hinged suicide door for the passenger, this car is a perfect replication of the original.

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While enthusiasts may be able to see through the tinted windows of the car, eagle-eyed enthusiasts will immediately discover that the converted car is in fact a 9th-generation S140 Toyota Crown – a fine luxury automobile in and of itself.

Several social media users have ridiculed the car, but there are others who are appreciating the craftsmanship that went into capturing the details of RR’s flagship limousine.

With uncanny accuracy, the long bonnet, the harp-pattern grille, the Spirit of Ecstacy emblem and the auxiliary lights at the front of the car have been duplicated as well as the front headlights.

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