Rolls Royce Phantom Damaged After Tree Falls On It During Mumbai Rains

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After the deluge of August 29, heavy rains have made a comeback and are slowly but steadily bringing the Mumbai and its neighbouring cities to a standstill. Social media newsfeed was flooded (pun intended) with reports of water-logging, tree falls, traffic, trains running late or getting cancelled and so on.

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Images that surfaced on the web revealed one such heart wrenching incident of a tree branch that fell on a Rolls Royce Phantom, parked near Inox Cinema in Nariman Point. The impact of the branch falling on the luxury vehicle resulted in damage to the boot lid, C-Pillar and rear right side quarter panel.

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The damage is likely to cost the owner a few lakhs to say the least. This Rolls Royce Phantom, which retails at about INR 4-8 crore depending upon the optional features chosen, is owned by Rakesh Kumar Wadhawan, the Chairman of real estate company Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL).

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Propelling the Rolls Royce Phantom is a 6.8-litre NA V12 petrol engine that produces a maximum power output of 453 bhp while the peak torque is rated at 720 Nm. Paired to a six speed automatic transmission, power is sent to the rear wheels.

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