An owner of a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe could end up cashing out $100,000 to fix damages caused by leaving the top down on his ultra-expensive luxury car. Many walking by the Drophead Coupe parked outside a cafe stopped to record some footage of the car being soaked with the top down.
John Barsoumian, owner of Car Interior Plus in Sydney, said the rain could have damaged leather seats, carpet and wood panelling.
“It could cost up to $100,000 if everything was damaged,” Barsoumian said. “You won’t know until you start assessing the damage. “It could definitely also affect the electricals of the car and depending on the agreement and the way the car’s insured it could be written off.”
Apparently, the leather seat covers alone could cost around $40,000 to $50,000.
Check out the video after the jump.
- By: Omar Rana