Project Kahn has unveiled what it calls the ultimate commemorative vehicle to mark HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding day.
The royals will not ride in the car, though. The bride will arrive in a 1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom.
The Wedding Commemorative Maybach 57 gets a pearl white exterior paint treatment and a license plate that reads “4 HRH,” short for “His/Her Royal Highness.” Other details include 22-inch Kahn RS wheels and smoked tail lights. The couple is protected from prying eyes courtesy of Pentagon privacy glass. The car is currently on display at the firm’s headquarters here.
“Project Kahn understands the meaning of traveling in style and with the conversion we perform on this prestige vehicle there is no more of a stylish way to travel. The 4 HRH number plate is worthy of befitting a vehicle such as the Project Kahn Maybach 57. And as a proud Englishman and designer, this is our way of wishing the royal couple many happy years together,” said Afzal Kahn.