Custom six-wheeled Rolls-Royce mystery solved

If you had ‘one-off plaything for rich entrepreneur’ on your bingo card, you gain!


Made by auto customiser Danton Arts Kustoms in France, the black Rolls has arrived in Dubai (of system) to headline a Website3 Crypto conference (of program) hosted by the car’s proprietor, French entrepreneur Eric Favre, who is exhibiting it as a actual physical form of an NFT (of system) as a way of launching a crypto enterprise on leading of his exercise supplement empire (of training course).

Danton Arts has a very intense portfolio of custom made machines, like a Lamborghini Espada warm rod with an uncovered V12, a windscreen-less Ferrari 360 Modena speedster and Citroen 2CV ‘rat rod’.



The customiser’s Instagram account hints at the development of the widebody Rolls-Royce, with a normal black Phantom demonstrated next to 3 big off-road tyres aligned for sizing needs.

We however never fully grasp the whole NFT detail, particularly when it pertains to the ‘virtual’ artwork essentially staying provided in a actual physical type, as that quite a great deal indicates the token has been ‘funged’ – but hey, crypto, you do you.

Even if the giant Rolls-Royce was built to be pretty much rented in the metaverse (their terms), the automobile is really serious, and even drivable, and a fairly impressive tailor made develop irrespective of taste.



Expect it to show up on a Twitter profile picture pushed by a a person-off image of a sailing monkey in the near long run.

James Ward

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