A person in Rajasthan has modified his Premier 118NE to look like a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead.

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Rolls-Royce cars are very opulent and they reek of exclusivity. The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead is a 2-door convertible version of the Phantom VII. This car was in production from 2007 to 2016 and it got a 6.75-litre V12 engine. The Phantom Drophead was available with tons of customisation options and over 40,000 colours to choose from.

Meanwhile, someone in Rajasthan, India has modified his Premier 118NE (based on the Fiat 124) to look like a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead. Now, the 118NE was quite a popular car in its time and it is still remembered as one of the iconic cars in the Indian automobile history.

On the design front, the person seems to have got most of the styling cues right but then again this car just doesn’t look as proportionate as the real deal. While this car is bound to catch eye-balls, you probably cannot expect the same road presence that a genuine Rolls-Royce commands.

This car comes with a PAL logo on the grille and it even gets BMW’s M stripes. The car looks under-tyred while the interior gets a beige theme which is likely to get soiled quickly given the road conditions in the state. Not much is known about the mechanicals of this car.

Premier 118NE Modified

– 118NE modified to look like a Phantom Drophead
– Copies the styling of the grille and lights
– Mechanical details are not known

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118NE Customised
Can you spot the PAL logo and BMW M stripes?
118NE Modified Interior
The vehicle gets beige seats and a maroon coloured dashboard
Premier 118NE Modified
The 118NE looks disproportionate with these mods
118NE Modified
The tail lights seem to be borrowed from the old Skoda Octavia
Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Clone
What do you guys think of this mod?