FREEMASONS SHAPING THE WORLD
This is probably how most of the people out there are imagined how the Secret Life of the Freemasons is looking like. Driving in a brand-new 2020 Rolls Royce Phantom and shaping the world through a new iPhone from the backseat, while the Chauffeur is patiently sitting in front and waiting for the next command. Fact is, that most of the Freemasons are operating from the back-end, and they avoid being discovered as such. On the other hand you have members of this mystic Brotherhood that proudly present who they are and where they belong to. Exactly for those, LOMA created the SOTS 1451 Masonic custom wheel. SOTS stands for the Scottish Freemason Lodge Sons of the Soil and 1451 is their Lodge number. Why we mention this? Because it was Dr. Mark Jones, Brian Hunter, Simon Leask Kevin Reid and others from this Lodge that supported this project and gave green light to write history. Obviously is the owner of this Rolls-Royce Phantom showing trough the custom rims he drives, that he is a man on the square. LOMA Group Monaco founder and CEO Mario Radosavljevic said: If you want to meet some of the best people on the planet, there is no other way but getting in touch with the Brotherhood of 1451.
THE ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM EQUIPPED WITH 24-INCH FREEMASON CUSTOM WHEELS
While the stock rims are coming from the factory in 22 × 8,5 on 255/45 R22 tires, the LOMA FREEMASON custom wheels are mounted in 24 × 10,0 with 295/30 R24 tires. The beauty of the floating center cap that looks always horizontal can be chosen with the factory RR Logo or with the LOMA Monte Carlo Logo. That the 24-Inch wheels don't look to big on the Phantom, gives you an idea of the size this Roller has. It's huge!
WHAT ABOUT THE RIDE COMFORT BECAUSE OF THE BIGGER WHEELS?
Many people are concerned about the ride comfort because of the smaller tire walls and the lowered suspension. So let's explain why worries are unnecessary. The air-ride suspension in the Rolls Royce or any other vehicle that is equipped with this technology has the function to give a floating feeling. This is regulated through the dampers. When you lower the car now, the dampers have still the same function. On the other hand, you have the much thinner tire walls, and we have to say, that the ride comfort here will be around 5-7% less than before and this only on very bumpy roads. Overall is it worth changing it? A clear yes is coming from the worldwide Rolls-Royce community. Alone from 2018 to 2020 where more Rolls Royce Cars tuned than in the complete history of this luxury brand.
THE NEW LOMA ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM VIII IS LITERALLY ART ON WHEELS
If you were lucky enough to attend the reveal, or watch the live-stream from home, you saw that Rolls-Royce has put great effort into the presentation of their new Phantom. Set in a dark room with a bright neon purple hue emanating from the ceiling, the new beast sat smackdab in the centre, with a chandelier light installation shielding it from view. An introduction was made from CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös, who has stated: “What you’ll see with Phantom VIII, number one, is that it is a Phantom. It is a true Phantom and that is very important for our customers. The design language has evolved in a much more modern way and unseen levels of technology have been incorporated, including rear-wheel steering — a first for the car — a new 12-cylinder engine, and the latest technology when it comes to streaming, entertainment, man and machine interface, and safety.
THE LAST PIECE OF THE PUZZLE ARE THE WHEELS
Highly customized and individual for each client. The last piece of the puzzle are the wheels. Making them unique as the rest of the car is must and for sure not question. Why stopping here when everything else is made to your wishes? It doesn't make sense, isn't it? The team of the LOMA GROUP MONACO is offering you a wide range of designs in 22, 23, 24 and even 26-Inches. Contact us today to order your set in with a themed Masonic style or if you wish with our Monte Carlo Star, which is one of our bestsellers for the Rolls-Royce Brand.
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