The British luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce is renowned for producing some of the most exquisite automobiles globally, and many people dream of owning one. However, not everyone can afford this luxury behemoth. People who become highly successful in their lives get the opportunity to own this beauty. However, this particular 27-year-old managed to possess a beautiful Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II for a day. The young man can be seen filled with joy and excitement as he becomes the owner of this Rs 6 crore car for a YouTube video.
The video of this young man owning a Rolls-Royce has been shared on YouTube by OK Tested on their channel. It appears that the channel arranged the car for this man to create a video and share his experience of driving around in a Rolls-Royce Ghost. The presenter arrives at a house where the Rolls-Royce was parked, and he is greeted by a chauffeur who drives the young man around for the entire day.
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They start by leaving the house in the Rolls-Royce Series II, and in the rear seat, the young man can be seen with extreme curiosity, playing around with different controls in the car. He operates the reclining and massaging rear seats and plays with the air conditioner levers as well. After this, the chauffeur of the vehicle jokingly comments that he is acting like a monkey, but the man continues. Following this, the presenter states that he wants to know whether people outside look at this expensive car.
He is then seen talking to a stranger on a bike at a signal. Following this, the presenter and the chauffeur take the Rs 6 crore car to a tea stall, and the presenter steps out of the car to have some tea. He then jokingly mentions to the tea stall vendor that he doesn’t have cash to pay for the tea. Following this, the presenter then opens the rear decklid of the car and can be seen climbing inside. After this scene, the presenter picks up his friend in the Rolls-Royce, and they both have fun in the back seat.
As for the car itself, the model is a Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II, as mentioned. It was the model that sat below the top-of-the-line Phantom in the Rolls-Royce lineup, and it has now been replaced by a newer generation. This particular Ghost Series II in the video is powered by a 6.6-litre V12 petrol engine that has been twin-turbocharged. It produces 562 bhp of max power and a peak torque of 780 Nm. The engine is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.
As seen in the video, the car on the inside is a masterpiece of opulence and refinement. Every detail is crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail, from the sumptuous leather seats to the hand-stitched dashboard and door panels. The cabin is exceptionally quiet and serene, thanks to advanced sound insulation and noise-canceling technology, creating a truly immersive and luxurious driving experience.
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