In Ghana, many people have bought luxurious cars which includes Rolls Royce one of the most expensive cars in the world. In this article, we are going to be talking about a special customized Rolls Royce car which was recently bought by Ghanaian artist named Shatta Wale.
Shatta Wale bought a Rolls Royce which caused traffic on social media of which many people praised him for but they never knew about the special customized features of the car.
This customized Rolls Royce has a special phone charging port of which when a phone is placed on the port, it starts to charge automatically.
The car also has a power exhaust which can be regulated by the driver any time he wants to do so. It can be regulated to make a smooth sound or to make a heavy sound.
The car also has a special customized fingerprint port which is used by the driver only to start the car.
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