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DJ khaled’s 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom Review

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I got to know about the superstar DJ were back in 2008 when he released his WE GLOBAL, my favorite track on that album was blood money, in hip hop I never knew that  a DJ can assemble the best artist in the game and record a track without him or her singing in it.

Khaled from then on remained consistent releasing an album almost every year and worked with the hottest artist from rap to pop but right now he is on a whole new level with his becoming famous on social media by showing the world the keys to his success to several lucrative blue chip deals I think he should be one of the richest DJs in the world.

The luxury life has always been part of him and when he wants to purchase an automobile he makes sure he goes for the best that will suit his persona that is why the announcement of his purchase of the 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom shook the world truly he has shown us that you can be successful no matter what you do.

According to car and driver the Phantom is not only the ultimate status symbol, it’s the Holy Grail of handcrafted luxury automobiles. Its decadent design is derived from an aluminum structure that rides atop an air suspension for euphoric comfort. It is a car for high net worth individuals you do not necessarily need to be a billionaire to own one even Khaled is not a billionaire but is one of the first customers to get one in USA.


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The thing I like most about the car is that it has an interior tailored for kings, it can even be adorned with a custom-artwork dash. Its dizzying array of tech includes night vision and a distinct laser-light system.

From the coach doors popularly known as suicide doors to the adjustable seats that offer a variety of massages, and there’s a refrigerator mounted in the center console complete with a clip-in decanter.

The interior feels very traditional, with a predictable abundance of wood and leather and old-fashioned rotary heating controls rather than digital displays: red for hotter, blue for colder. But there’s plenty of well-disguised 21st-century tech, too—apparently one of the key demands from buyers of the old car. Display screens motor down from the backs of the front seats to sit above the traditional wooden picnic tables, while USB and HDMI ports hide beneath a slide-down cover. The infotainment system is a thinly disguised version of BMW’s iDrive system that is operated by a similar turn-and-click controller; touch-sensitive screens would have been a little too vulgar, and they get so smeary.

The rear seat also provides a good view of the dashboard, which incorporates The Gallery: a glass panel spanning the dashboard, behind which owners can have their own personally commissioned artworks placed when the car is built. (The instrument cluster and the infotainment screen are also placed behind the glass.).


It comes with a 563-hp twin-turbo V-12 engine paired with an eight-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. It is very expensive with a base price of

420,325 United State Dollars

151,317,000 Nigeria Naira

1,841,023.50 Ghanaian Cedi

5,969,854.96 South African Rand

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