Last weekend Office-K organised one of the biggest gatherings of tuned Rolls-Royce Phantoms ever! Whenever we see photos from Office-K we’re always stunned. This time is no different. The Japanese tuning shop gathered the luxury limousines along Tokyo’s Dubai Street.

There were no less than ten different examples on display, each with a different bodykit or wheel set to display. Two Wald Black Bison Phantom’s were on display, a regular Phantom and an Extended Wheelbase. A matt black example with a set of aftermarket wheels, a pink-wrapped standard Phantom advertising a company also joined.

A Mansory Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB was also there. Our favourite was the Auto Couture Rolls-Royce Phantom EWB. As followers of our Facebook page will have seen, we have had photos of this car for a little while. We’ve included a small extra gallery with additional photos below.

You’ll recognise the Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe’s from our previous posts and the Wald Black Bison Phantom Drophead from the Tokyo Motor Show earlier on this year. The meet started on Tokyo Street but had to be moved on. The vehicles collected afterwards at another location, where photos and videos were taken.

Special thanks to Office-K for documenting the gathering!


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  1. Yup, they don’t use street names in Tokyo, it’s done by a numbering system. I think it’s Office-K’s gimic, most of the cars are wearing faux Dubai numberplates too!


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