Rolls-Royce Boat Tail: The World's Most Expensive Car

It costs $ 28 million and only three different units will be made.

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Rolls-Royce decided to replicate the experience he did in 2017 with the Rolls-Royce Sweptail, a unique model created at the request of a customer who paid 12.8 million, to give life to a new Rolls-Royce Boat Tail with so much exclusivity that it has become the most expensive car in the world.

In this case, the British company developed the model together with three of its most loyal buyers to conceive an incredible model that is inspired by the Boat Tail of the 1920s and 1930s and the elegant yachts of the Class J.

Rolls-Royce Boat TailThe new Rolls-Royce Boat Tail shares several parts with the Rolls-Royce Phantomincluding the aluminum platform and the 12 hp V563 engine. However, it has many other unique pieces created by the company's renowned artisans.

At 5,8 meters in length, it presents a elegant lines in keeping with the Rolls-Royce tradition. It's a convertible, though it doesn't have a retractable hardtop or a folding soft top counts; the roof is fixed and is assembled and disassembled manually.

The first of this trio features a two-tone bodywork in two colors of blue. The back has a Caleidolegno wooden cover that hides two refrigerated rooms with everything you need for a picnic luxury: champagne bottles, glasses, cutlery, caviar, etc.

Rolls-Royce Boat TailIt is even possible mount an umbrella and create a small recreation area thanks to the removable trays and the two small chairs made of carbon fiber.

The interior features leather upholstery, wooden trim, a hi-fi stereo, an analog clock created by the Swiss watchmaker Bovey 1822, etc.

What is the value? Some 28 million, the equivalent of 40 Phantom limousines ...


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