Pictured: A monster £4.3million SIX-WHEEL off-road Rolls-Royce Phantom


Pictured: A monster £4.3million SIX-WHEEL off-road Rolls-Royce Phantom with crocodile leather steering wheel and gold-plated brakes

  • The outrageous car – most of which is a 2005 Phantom – was built by Danton Arts Kustoms
  • The workshop is run by Frenchman Alexandre Danton, who hopes to sell his creation for five million euros 
  • Danton extended the Phantom using the shell and rear axle of a 2005 BMW seven series 

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Rolls-Royce purists, look away now.

A monster matt-black Rolls-Royce Phantom with six wheels has been unveiled by a custom car workshop, which also added a bullbar, gold-plated brakes and a crocodile leather steering wheel.

The outrageous car – most of which is a 2005 Phantom – was built by Danton Arts Kustoms, run by Frenchman Alexandre Danton. He hopes to sell his creation for five million euros (£4.3million/$5.2million).

A monster matt-black Rolls-Royce Phantom with six wheels has been unveiled by Danton Arts Kustoms, run by Frenchman Alexandre Danton. The outrageous car his pictured here outside Danton’s chateau in France

On the outside extras include a roof rack with a yellow light bar and extra side steps

On the outside extras include a roof rack with a yellow light bar and extra side steps

Danton spent three months on the build, which involved extending the Phantom using the shell and rear axle of a 2005 BMW seven series, the latter accommodating the extra wheels.

On the outside, other extras include a roof rack with a yellow light bar and extra side steps.

Umbrellas are cleverly hidden in the rear door frames and inside is the original 2005 Phantom interior. Mostly.

Danton spent three months on the build, which involved extending the Phantom using the shell and rear axle of a 2005 BMW seven series, the latter accommodating the extra wheels

Danton spent three months on the build, which involved extending the Phantom using the shell and rear axle of a 2005 BMW seven series, the latter accommodating the extra wheels

Umbrellas are cleverly hidden in the rear door frames and inside is the original 2005 Phantom interior. Mostly...

Umbrellas are cleverly hidden in the rear door frames and inside is the original 2005 Phantom interior. Mostly…

Danton posted a picture of the six-wheel Phantom to Instagram with a caption that read: ‘Do you like six wheels? I do.' His next project is rumoured to be a six-wheel Lamborghini Urus

Danton posted a picture of the six-wheel Phantom to Instagram with a caption that read: ‘Do you like six wheels? I do.’ His next project is rumoured to be a six-wheel Lamborghini Urus

The seats have been re-leathered and Danton has added 90s-style aircraft entertainment screens for passengers in the back to enjoy.

In between the front seats, meanwhile, is an armrest covered in snakeskin.

And under the hood? The original V12 6.7-litre Phantom engine, developing 453 horsepower.

Danton, who is from Lyon, posted a picture of the six-wheel Phantom to Instagram with a caption that read: ‘Do you like six wheels? I do.’

Of course, his Rolls-Royce is not unique – a certain Lady Penelope of Thunderbirds fame also has a six-wheel version. 

Danton makes his custom cars in a garage beneath his magnificent house in Ardeche, south-eastern France – Chateau de Gerlande. 

His next project is rumoured to be a six-wheel Lamborghini Urus.

Danton's Rolls-Royce is not unique - a certain Lady Penelope of Thunderbirds fame also has a six-wheel version

Danton’s Rolls-Royce is not unique – a certain Lady Penelope of Thunderbirds fame also has a six-wheel version



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