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Rolls-Royce introduces Phantom ‘The Six Elements’ with exclusive NFT

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The world-famous British artist Sacha Jafri collaborated with the British luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce Motor to create “The Six Elements,” which consists of six one-of-one Phantom Extended Series II motor cars that come with a one-of-a-kind NFT. Rolls-Royce Motor launched “The Six Elements.”

The “The Six Elements” line of Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II automobiles each have a hand-painted Sacha Jafri gallery that is inspired by one of the five elements: earth, water, fire, wind, and air. Jafri’s “Humanity” serves as the “Sixth Element” of the series.

Humanity is a reference to Sacha Jafri’s most well-known work, “The Journey of Humanity.” According to the Guinness Book of Records, “The Journey of Humanity” is the biggest painting that has ever been made on canvas. 

The Rolls-Royce Phantom “The Six Elements” was the result of a joint effort by The Bespoke Collective in Goodwood, United Kingdom, and Jafri at the Rolls-Royce Private Office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to design, develop, and hand-craft the vehicle.

This collaboration with Jafri is the very first co-branded artist-series collection that Rolls-Royce has ever produced in its entire existence. Late in the year 2020 was when construction first began, and it remained unfinished for the next two years.

The automobiles also contain a variety of interesting characteristics, such as Jafri’s bespoke Heart symbol in the hand-painted coachline and a particular Six-Elements engraved base for the Spirit of Ecstasy mascot of each car. Jafri designed the Heart symbol himself, and he hand-painted the coachline of each car.

In addition to having exterior paint colors that have never been seen before, the Six Elements collection also has interior details, hand-painted “Gallery” dash-boards, a special coachline emblem, treadplates, disc wheels, visible QR Codes, flythrough NFT videos, and a great deal more.

The team’s goal is to collect tens of millions of dollars over the next five years and beyond by solely donating one hundred percent of the resale royalties of accompanying NFTs to the designated organizations in perpetuity. The car has been given the moniker “The Car that Keeps on Giving.”

Within the first week after the formal announcement, all six of the one-of-a-kind Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II automobiles were acquired by different customers. Over one million dollars will be donated to charity thanks to the sale of all of these autos.

The four charities that were chosen to receive funding are Bait El Baraka, The Beekeepers Foundation, Surgeons for Little Lives, and Harmony House. Each of these organizations focuses on addressing one of the four fundamental challenges that the world is currently facing: education, health, sustainability, or equality.

With every NFT exchange, a royalty fee will be placed into a digital wallet specifically earmarked for charity, bringing to life the slogan “The Rolls-Royce that keeps on giving.”

In addition, the glove box of every Jafri Phantom Series II will have a one-of-a-kind QR code that will make it possible for all six owners to check on their NFT without leaving the comfort of their own vehicles.

At the occasion of the official worldwide presentation of the Rolls-Royce X Sacha Jafri collection, Torsten Muller-Otvos, Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Sacha Jafri, the six purchasers, and the charities that were selected to benefit were present.

Sacha Jafri stated, “Through my work, I aim to combine the power of art with a stripped-back essence of expression, love, empathy, and intention, to inspire a more conscious and intention-filled Humanity, striving for a reconnected world; reunited by the common goal of a more hopeful, sympathetic, sustainable and synergetic future for our planet.”

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