The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II just added a Rolls Royce Phantom to his fleet of exotic cars. The highly influential traditional ruler drove the nearly 6,000 pounds and almost 20 feet in length luxury car around Kano state yesterday July 27th.
According to Auto experts, the Rolls Royce Phantom isn’t a driver’s car. It’s meant to be ridden in, driven by a chauffeur. No wonder the former CBN boss settled for this substantial piece of machinery, made largely of steel, and outfitted with nearly all of the modern accouterments you’d expect, including traction and stability control, a suite of airbags, parking sensors, and optional front and rear cameras.
Everything you can see, touch, or smell inside the Emir’s cabin speaks of quality and substance.
Photo credit: Anas Umar