An exquisite Rolls Royce spotted on the streets of Nairobi has had Kenyans speculating who it belongs.
One thing about a Rolls Royce is that it is custom made and seeing it in the streets of Nairobi just shows how the line between the rich and the poor is getting thicker.
The KSh 35m car was snapped and then shared on Twitter, Kenyans couldn't stop asking who the car belonged to.
Its exterior looked posh and fine and its wheels looked like they had just been driven out of the port or car dealers shop.
It takes nearly two months to build a Rolls-Royce Phantom.The factory floor lacks any loud machines cutting or stamping metal; the bare bodies arrive pre-assembled from Germany.
Once assembled, the cars go through a series of rigorous tests and quality-control checks as well as a test drive on local roads before they are ready for delivery.
The stylish, eco-friendly building is bright and open, with an 8-acre roof covered in living plants.
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