Mansory unveiled their Conquistador body kit for the Rolls-Royce Phantom more than a decade ago, and to this day, it remains one of the rarest mods you might ever see on a luxury car.
This example, spotted by Jelmer99 in Amsterdam, barely fits in the designated parking space by the side of the road. Of course, you wouldn't want to park those massive black wheels anywhere near a curb now, would you?
So what's different about this Phantom compared to a regular one aside from the obvious matte black paint and silver matte mirror casings? Actually, quite a lot.
For starters, there's a body kit that consists of a custom front spoiler with LED daytime running lights, elongated grille strips, custom side skirts with aluminum flanks, a trunk lid spoiler, new rear bumper and the previously-mentioned black wheels.
Inside, it's got a new Shadow Black leather cladding courtesy of interior specialist Glasurit to go with solid silver trim pieces instead of the petty (...) chrome ones used by Rolls-Royce itself.
Mansory has also tuned the Phantom's V12 to deliver roughly 500 HP and 780 Nm (575 lb-ft). It's hard to fall in love with those looks, though, isn't it?