Whether You Should Hoon a Rolls-Royce

Hooning a Rolls-Royce might not seem like the obvious choice to people who love cars but it is something that is being considered by a group of people who want to inject some razor-sharp edge into the Rolls-Royce brand.

Some drivers have already beaten others to the punch. One video that is circulating on YouTube is of a Rolls-Royce Phantom being honed. Imagine all of what Rolls-Royce has to offer being put to the hardcore test by people who love the grit and guts of hooning. Think about the performance specifications of the Rolls-Royce Phantom during hooning: the 6.75 litre engine makes the idea of doing donuts appealing and so does that 450+ horsepower.

The phenomenon of hooning with expensive prestigious cars like the Phantom shows that people have different ideas over what makes a Rolls-Royce stand out. For some, it’s the idea of having a chauffeur driven experience in the veneer interior of a Rolls Royce Phantom or a Ghost. While others want to see a Phantom get down and dirty in a field doing all kinds of car tricks. If people thought that they wouldn’t see decades of engineering vision being a rally car, things have clearly changed as more drivers want to have drops of luxury for tough driving. The video footage on YouTube speaks for itself – the Rolls-Royce Phantom is highly engineered so while it might look great during hooning, it still looks best when it is on the road especially being chauffeur driven. If you want a true racing car, try one of our fleet cars instead.