Rolls-Royce Phantom Caught Faking It

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If you are going to pay $300,000 to own a vehicle, you are expecting the best from the automaker so you can imagine how unhappy some Rolls-Royce Phantom fans were when they found out that the 2018 was faking it after all.

Most people might have overlooked it but the 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom will be coming in with fake exhaust tips. That means the exhausts that you see in the back are not functional and it was merely placed there for aesthetic purposes only.

The real tailpipes are hiding behind the fake one. Of course, this is not the first model to come with fake exhaust tips, models like the Audi R8 has also been caught sporting the fake exhaust tips.

We understand that the automakers wanted to make sure the vehicle looks great but the fans are just not happy with the while faking it business. What do you think of this new trend?

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