DJ Marshmello's Latest Ride Isn't White But a Black Over Red Mansory Rolls-Royce Phantom

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The good folks over at RDB LA in Los Angeles, California, have done it again - they are proudly presenting on social media Marshmello's new ride – this is how you unite a British ultra-luxury limousine with one of the world's most controversial tuners that resides in Germany with a client from America.
So, Rolls-Royce is originally from the United Kingdom and makes some of the finest automobiles the world has ever seen. They just presented the Cullinan Series II, which has the potential to bring them yet another record year of sales when it's unleashed out of the factory. But some folks can't wait until then – and American electronic music producer and DJ Marshmello is probably among them.

Mansory, meanwhile, is a luxury car modification firm established in 1989, 35 years ago, which has gained massive international notoriety and a cult following for its very controversial portrayal of automotive modifications. For example, their latest addition to the portfolio is the ultra-controversial 738-hp BMW XM Label Red plug-in hybrid super-SUV – and they haven't done anything to butter things smoother. Quite on the contrary!

Anyway, the way Mansory from Germany, Rolls-Royce from Great Britain, and Marshmello from America met up to agree on this modified, one-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce Phantom limousine was through RDB LA – an aftermarket outlet quite famous on the West Coast for working with VIPs. In fact, they're good friends with Moe Shalizi, who is the manager of Marshmello, among others – and also a car fanatic just like the DJ.

Shalizi has modified countless luxury gems from his extensive garage through RDB LA, and Marshmello was obviously directed toward them to realize his vision. This, by the way, is quite 'simple' – this is an all-black Rolls-Royce Phantom on humongous Mansory wheels treated to Mansory touches like the aerodynamic kit and the abundant elements made of forged carbon fiber.

However, don't treat this like the run-of-the-mill 'murdered-out' apparition because it's not. If you look closely, even the exterior hides a few crimson hints (the grille slats or the front and rear badges, for example) at what awaits inside – which is bathed in a combination of red and black leather. Of course, the Mansory wheels and the side Rolls-Royce badges also get touches of crimson just to be trendy.

As for Marshmello – the guy known in real life as Christopher Comstock – is a true car aficionado. If you check his social media account, whenever he's not depicted doing the work he loves most (music), he's in a car, on a vehicle, or inside the bed of a truck in some capacity! Grave Digger and construction equipment also count, including when used for the latest music video (Miles on It with Kane Brown)!

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