SPOTTED: The King Of Luxury Convertibles Has Found A Home In DC

When you think of opulent luxury cars, there are usually two words that come to mind: Rolls and Royce.

After its acquisition by BMW, Rolls-Royce introduced the Phantom, a gigantic, tank-like, luxury car that could probably destroy everything in its path.

There have also been a number of variants of the car. Our friend David Tulchinsky saw the convertible version, or the Phantom Drophead in Rolls parlance, sitting on M Street in good old Washington, DC.

The Drophead was sitting on M Street outside a lounge. There is a lot of money in that area of town, so seeing one there it isn’t as surprising as you’d think.

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Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead

Photo: Courtesy David Tulchinsky

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