Businessman spends £12million on 30 Rolls-Royce Phantoms

Rolls-Royce has got its biggest ever single order, totalling around £12million. Hong Kong tycoon Stephen Hung ordered 30 Rolls-Royce Phantom cars that will be utilized to ferry guests around a new resort in the Chinese area of Macau, with the very first deliveries taking location in 2016.
The overall costs for all 30 Phantoms will be in the region of $20million (£12million), with two of the prolonged wheelbase designs representing the most costly Phantoms ever commissioned, embellished with gold-plated accents inside as well as out.
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The Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB currently starts at £357,875, however frequently clients specify extra touches as well as features that push the cost to more than £500,000.
Hung (pictured above entrusted to Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes) signed the contract on Tuesday at the company’s factory at Goodwood, West Sussex, with an preliminary deposit of $2m (£1.2m). The previous largest order was for 14 Phantoms, put in 2006 by Hong Kong’s Peninsula hotel.

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