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The Car of an Apprentice, The Car of a Lord…

The Car of an Apprentice, The Car of a Lord...This year’s season of The Apprentice has just come to an end, crowning Ricky Martin, a cheeky southern businessman who wears hotpants at night and becomes his alter-ego, the wrestler, the winner of a £250,000 business investment from one of the UK’s leading businessmen, Lord Alan Sugar.

But why are we so concerned with The Apprentice here at White Phantom? Well apart from the fact that the show makes for extremely good TV, the main reason we have so much respect for this show is the accolade it gives to Rolls-Royce Phantoms – and you know we love a good Phantom here at White Phantom!

Lord Sugar has owned his own personal Rolls-Royce Phantom for a number of years now with his personalised number plate ‘AMS 1’, but it’s nice to see he gives the Apprentice candidates the same privilege of travelling around in Rolls-Royce Phantoms on the show.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom really is the ideal car for a big business person, with a massive air of authority around it while remaining classy, elegant and powerful at the same time. Only the top 3% of the world’s population have the funds necessary to comfortably afford a Phantom, which is why the car demands and receives respect wherever it goes. Filled with luxury amenities internally, and made from complete hand-made luxury externally, the Phantom is a very special car.

The Apprentice has really added to the Phantom’s prestige, allowing the masses to see this beautiful car in action, helping an increase in sales among second-hand buyers especially.

Riding home in a Rolls-Royce Phantom must really take the edge of being ‘fired’, so in our humble opinion everyone’s a winner here!