- The Rolls-Royce Koa Wood Phantom Extended is a specially adapted car built for a single collector.
- Inside, it is inspired by a beloved rocking chair in koatre and has a screen that shows the night sky the day the owner was born.
- It took the Rolls-Royce Wood Specialist three years to find the perfect koa log to use.
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Rolls-Royce is a company that constantly reminds me that the sky is the limit as long as you have the money.
I have seen the car manufacturer adapt cars with modern African art and literal bird feathers. What I have not done so set is a Rolls-Royce that was inspired by a rocking chair.
This is the Rolls-Royce Koa Wood Phantom Extended ̵
Since this was a purely custom job, Rolls-Royce did not reveal how much the Koa Wood Phantom cost. But a regular Phantom starts at $ 463,350, if there is any indication. Inside, there is actually koa wood veneer, which was very rare and difficult to obtain. It also has a light display showing the night sky on the day Smith was born, because it is important to love yourself. Even if you sometimes love yourself a little too much.
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