Being the owner of a Rolls-Royce is not for everyone. Now imagine 30 units all at once. Well, this was the order that the billionaire from Hong Kong, Stephen Hung, made from the Phantom model in the long version (6.09 meters).
The total value of the order is estimated in more than 17 million euros and is intended to integrate the fleet of “The 13”, a 22 story hotel located in Macau. According “The Wall Street Journal”, it is expected that only one night at this hotel costs around 116 thousand euros.
From the 30 models, 28 are painted in red and have golden accents. The other two, the most expensive ones ever ordered to the British brand, have the RollsRoyce logo with encrusted diamonds, custom red paint and pure gold finishes. In addition, these units bring a new watch created in a collaboration between Grall and Rolls-Royce.
“The Phantom fleet promises to be one of the most impressive visions ever seen in Macau”, said Torsten-Oetvoes, CEO of Rolls-Royce.
In 2006, Hung had already purchased 14 Phantom units for the Peninsula Hotel, in Hong Kong.