Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. With that being said, Rolls-Royce should feel pretty good about themselves after seeing this. Check out these cars that felt the need to try and copy one of the best luxury brands on the market.
No, Rolls-Royce didn't add a new type of SUV to their lineup. This Ford Expedition decided it was tired of being overlooked, and underwent a little facelift.
The Dodge Magnum is a horrendous car anyway, so you might as well try to jazz it up a bit. People will stop and look at this car, but they aren't going to say anything positive about it.
Avert your eyes. This abomination should have never been attempted. One part Nissan and one part Rolls-Royce equals a very terrible car.
Ugh. Another terrible SUV making an equally terrible choice of body kits. From a distance, it might look like a Mercedes G-Class modified to look like a Rolls, but it's actually a Nissan Patrol. Some things cannot be unseen.
The Chrysler 300 is probably the most common car modified to look like a high-end luxury car. The body style is pretty similar to the Rolls-Royce, but that doesn't mean you should ever attempt this.
This mod actually isn't terrible, considering it only cost $3,000. The car started off as a '91 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, then was transformed in to this Rolls replica. We still aren't fans of these kinds of mods, but it deserves a teensy smidge of respect.
When will people realize that SUVs will never look like a Rolls-Royce? EVER! Rolls-Royce is actually going to make their own SUV model in the near future, so until then, please stop.
Bentley Turbo RL
They already have enough money to afford a Bentley, so it's not wrong to think they could afford to buy a Rolls-Royce too. Instead they ruined one luxury car by turning it in to another. Way to go!
There are a few Chrysler mods that look like they could actually be a Rolls-Royce — this is not one of them. They didn't even try to blend the front-end together. Did they just pop it on and think it was close enough?
The inside of a Rolls-Royce is so big and spacious, it's already like being in a fancy limousine. That being said, there's no need for this horrible mod. Looks like a Phantom from the front, but feels like a Continental on the inside. Who could possibly want that?
Geely somehow got away with the design of their GE model. This car isn't a mod, Geely just straight up stole the looks of the Phantom and incorporated them in to their car. How low can you go?
It costs a lot of money to buy a 300C and mod it to look like a Rolls. Enough money that you could afford to buy yourself a real luxury car — not a Rolls-Royce, but maybe a nice Mercedes.
Whoever decided this was a good idea needs to be riding in the back of it. This would be a good hearse for someone you hated though — give them one last final ____ you before they are gone.
No matter how much time and effort people put in to these mods, they rarely turn out well. Just because you can doesn't mean you should, and you definitely shouldn't try something like this.