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Stuart Hughes, based out of the United Kingdom, is known for its bespoke customization of high-end luxury products from iPhones to yachts, liquor to furniture, and everything in between. But this Rolls-Royce Phantom may just be one of the company’s most extravagant creations, featuring over 260-lbs of 18-karat gold on the outside and inside of the of the armored luxury limousine.
Originally commissioned by an anonymous Middle Eastern businessman, Eurocash AG based out of Switzerland teamed up with Stuart Hughes to create this one-of-a-kind, over-the-top Phantom. The entire vehicle has been reinforced and armored to protect against some of the world’s deadliest weapons including AK47 gunfire and a pair of hand grenades. Highlights of 18-karat gold are also featured inside the cabin.
According to its Jameslist.com listing, the Phantom EWB is available for sale with 50-miles on the odometer. Everything around the Phantom is a tad confusing, since Stuart Hughes’ website claims it was delivered to the anonymous businessman for around $8.15 million, yet it’s for sale on Jameslist right now stating that it’s in Switzerland – possibly at Eurocash AG. Perhaps they’re just marketing in hopes to create yet another one of these magnificent… we mean, absurd, beauties.
GALLERY: Stuart Hughes / Eurocash AG Rolls-Royce Phantom
Is the standard Rolls-Royce Phantom not good enough for you? The extra length provided by Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB not enough either? How about a stretched Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB that’s been reinforced and armored? This Phantom has been stretched 33.5-inches and is currently being offered for a tad over $875,000 on JamesList.
This stretched and armored Phantom originally debuted at the Geneva Motor Show and production was limited to just five units. The stretch conversion was done by ThyssenKrupp Drauz Nothelfer and was reinforced by the ArmorTech Group. It’s currently located in Moscow, Russia with 9,942 miles on the odometer.
Along with all the goodies you might expect in a Phantom, this model also sports an additional row of seats.
GALLERY: Stretched Armored Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB