This Rolls Royce Was a Padmini 118NE In Its Past Life

by Jatin Chhibber | 01/06/2020
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A Rajasthan-based car modifier has customized the Premier 118NE into an open-top Rolls-Royce wannabe that looks quite decent

Every person has the ultimate dream of owning a Rolls-Royce because of its classy looks and ultra-luxurious cabin. A lot of big celebs around the country own this car and have been spotted several times driving around the city. It’s quite hard for a common man to own this ultra-premium sedan because of the exorbitant price tag it carries. Many enthusiasts make their dream come true by converting an everyday car into their dream vehicle. Here we have one such video, where a car customization garage in Rajasthan has modified a Premier 118 NE into a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

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The overall looks the car are nowhere near to a Rolls-Royce, but we must say that in terms of basic proportions, the modifier has done a good job of catching an essence of the real design. We are pretty sure that this modification garage can make decent-looking cars under the instructions of someone with great taste in automotive looks and engineering.

Talking about the modification, one can see that the car gets the conventional Rolls-Royce grille along with square-shaped headlamps. The side profile of the car features aftermarket multispoke alloy wheels, while the car continues to employ the side blinkers of Premier 118NE. Not much has been changed to the rear profile of the expect the addition of new taillights.

Front-side-look-of-the-car

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The modifications done to the cabin of the car are not known yet, but one can see that the car features leather seats to enhance the premium quotient of the sedan. The British automaker has no plans to introduce a two-door convertible model of the latest Phantom VIII. In our market, the Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII is priced at Rs 9.5 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi). It derives power from a 6.8-litre, V12 petrol engine, which churns out 453bhp of power and 720 Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties are done by a 6-speed DCT.

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