Patience is a necessary evil for any super-exclusive car, but even by Rolls-Royce standards the roughly four years it took to build a striking new bespoke Koa Phantom is extreme. An example of just what the automaker’s craftspeople are capable of with luxury materials – and a customer with deep pockets and a willingness to wait for a certain tree to fall – the luxury sedan has made its way from the UK to a classic car collection in Indiana, USA.
Nobody has ever called the eighth-generation Phantom lacking.
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