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2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe Drophead by Wald International

We get the whole idea of dressing up a car like the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe with a comprehensive bodykit, but given what the Rolls already stands for, it does seem like a little too much, doesn’t it?

The people over at Wald International beg to disagree because they’ve just released a pretty daft package for the British luxury car. No matter the consternation we have for such a program, you can’t deny the skills of Wald International, especially when it comes to dressing up cars that are as exclusive as the Phantom Drophead Coupe. To their credit, the Japanese tuner fitted the Rolls with a comprehensive body kit, complete with a new front bumper that comes with a set of vertical LED running lights. The kit also has new air vents that have been cut into the fenders. There’s also a new front lip, mesh air intake inserts, new side skirts, and a new rear bumper that comes with a small rear diffuser with dual exhaust pipes.

All in all, it’s pretty extensive. Maybe even a little too extensive. But give Wald International credit; these guys know how to catch attention with their projects, especially when they use one of the most luxurious cars on the face of the planet.



12 comments:

It’s like Wald International has intentionally made its interior insufficient of headroom space.

Its interior is obviously lacking in space. Even so, its exterior is looking really stylish.

Is this for short people? I find it disappointing that Rolls Royce failed on giving this an ample headroom.

I’m joining the infamous the-exterior-is-not-impressive cluster. It looks overly lengthy, but you can see on the inside that its height is lacking as the headroom is too low.

Seriously, I’m not impressed with the exterior detailing; it looks very classical. I dont find the exclusivity look on it. This would be better if dressed up more on the concept.

The body paint is not good for this car. I’m quite confused about the engine specification of this model. It needs to be changed at all.

The Rolls-Royce been indulged with their giant bumper but when it comes to coziness of a certain car that must be Rolls-Royce. Great inventions and bodywork.

British culture remains with this Rolls-Royce. Phantom Coupe is modernized yet still classic with its bumper that keeps me wondering why don’t they try newer ideas of the bumper? It’s so huge.

I am not that amazed with Rolls-Royce that is why I can’t appreciate the looks of it. But with this one, I can fairly say that this is good specially the final design of it.

To be honest, I am not impressed on this car. It looks sloppy to me or its just plain and not something that can be a head turner. smiley Furthermore, This car has taken an advantage on its engine performance which is terrific.

It looks perfect for me. We can truly say that this is a product of Rolls-Royce. Anyway, I am impressed on the engine performance of it which is on
a V8 engine and has an output of 453 HP. How much do you think will this coupe will cost?

Well, for me the design is not quite impressive but the wheels strike me most. The style looks like an old fashioned one. The body paint is not suitable for this car. I’m quite confused about the engine specification of this model. Looking forward for another concept of them.

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