Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Donald Trump looks like a real badass in this car

Donald Trump, in addition to being one of the most controversial figures of this century, also stands out for his refinement in cars. This model comes across in which he looks like a real gangster.

Thanks to Hollywood and the media sector that built an image that was globally accepted, gangsters are associated with armored cars and tempered glass. Rather, matte black with shiny wheels that show a good amount of money has been invested in them.

It is the same image that shows Donald Trump with one of his cars in his collection. And in addition to being one of the most controversial figures of this century, the former president of the United States also stands out for his elegance in cars.

The most mafioso model that the dealer boasts of the most luxurious cars ever created. And although Trump usually moves around in a caravan where he flaunts an “army” Chevrolet Suburban, he drives his car in his spare time and where he looks like a movie star.

This is what “mobster” Donald Trump looks like in a car

Donald Trump in his Rolls Royce

We are talking about the Rolls Royce Phantom, the SUV for which Donald Trump paid a whopping half a million dollars. According to the manufacturer’s own reports based in London, United Kingdom, the Phantom is the most elegant model of the entire firm. In addition, the length of 5 meters is also the longest ever.

The first Rolls Royce Phantoms hit the market in the 1920s. From that model up to eight generations are on sale. Under a carbon fiber frame and covered in mafia black, this pin covers a 6.7-liter V12 engine with a maximum power of 571 CV that pushes it to a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour.

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