If you have to ask how much a Rolls-Royce costs then it’s probably a case that you’ll never afford one anyway.
The car favoured by the British Royal family and Russian gangsters often comes with a price tag more associated with a four-bedroom house. But it appears the brand’s not above having to advertise to get them moving off the lot.
A new campaign by Havas London has compared the luxury marque to a betta splendens or the Siamese fighting fish to you and me.
The stunningly shot, ethereal ad aims to show that Phantoms are commissioned on a bespoke basis and are a “one on one”.
Feel really poor and check out the ad below:
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