A video of a Rolls Royce Phantom converted into a taxi on the streets of India, has gotten a lot of attention on social media. The world’s most expensive car was covered in gold paint and would undoubtedly be more expensive than regular taxis. It’s thought to be one of the cars of a well-known South Indian capitalist and philanthropist.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a luxury car that is expensive and is usually flaunted by the few who afford it, but one man in India managed to make it look like something of lesser value. What many would consider a high-priced asset intended for VIP events or special occasions was turned into a taxi and seen on India’s streets.
Autogeeks.in posted a video of the car on Instagram, which got a lot of people talking. The expensive car, which starts at R7 million, was painted gold, making it outstanding everywhere it is seen. The Rolls Royce Phantom, according to a social media user, belongs to a wealthy man named Boby Chemmanur.
According to Arealnews, Chemmanur Devasikutty Boby is a South Indian wealthy philanthropist and businessman who deals with gold. He is the owner of the International Boby Chemmanur group.