We talked about the incredible XK 150 a few weeks ago. Today Lunaz, the British king of ‘retrofitting’, strikes again with a new project of transforming one of Her Majesty the Queen’s cars. Built from 1958 to 1969, the Phantom V has been the official car of Queen Mother Elizabeth and Elizabeth II. With its grand size and unrivaled comfort, the Phantom V was equipped with ‘sufficient’ engine power, according to its manufacturer. While effective for official ceremonies where the pace is always slow and steady, the car might now be suited for the roads, and while we appreciate the humming sound of the V8 motor, its cannot do wonders with 170 hp for 2,5 tons. This is where the magic of electricity comes into play. By choosing to incorporate a 120kw battery (one of the biggest on the market), Lunaz solves the double problem of power and autonomy. Like always, the car is customizable on-demand. More powerful, reliable and balanced, this new Phantom V continues to write the myth of the United Kingdom.