The following video shows a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe left outside an Australian café in the pouring rain. Australia’s Nine MSN reports that the Phantom was left for at least half an hour while the torrent drenched the expensive interior. John Barsoumian of Car Interior Plus in Sydney explained that in addition to damage to the leather seats, carpet, and wood paneling, the vehicle’s electronic systems could also have been affected. “It could cost up to $100,000 [in repairs] if everything was damaged,” he said. A set of new leather seat covers alone could cost $40,000-$50,000.
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