Meet the latest Boat-Tail model from Rolls-Royce, the world’s most costly and luxury car. The rare Rolls-Royce Boat-Tail is a one-of-a-kind design created just for a customer, complete with champagne coolers, a parasol, and other luxury picnic accessories.
The Boat Tail’s sumptuous design includes hand-crafted aluminum panels and Swiss clocks, as well as a back that resembles a yacht deck and opens up for alfresco eating.
According to Rolls-Royce Motor Cars chief executive Torsten Muller-Otvos, the blue-painted car was created for three clientele who drove its design.
“The client comes to us with a notion in mind,” Muller-Otvos told AFP at the car’s launch this week at the company’s Goodwood headquarters in Chichester in southern England. “This is exactly what happened 100 years ago when clients commissioned the bodywork they wanted to see.”
It’s not up to us to decide how the car should look; rather, like in the past, the client decides what they want to see,” he explained.
Sweptail was “very close” to costing $13 million, according to Muller-Otvos, while sources say Boat Tail might cost twice that much.
“We never discuss pricing with our clients,” he stated emphatically.
The Boat Tail is an open-air luxury automobile with a nautical look inspired by J-class boats. It took four years to develop from concept to completion and is expected to cost between $25 million and $28 million, making it the most expensive car in the world.
Only three Boat Tails have been produced by Rolls-Royce, and the coach-built vehicles have features like a retractable canopy cover.
The vehicle’s rear deck also unfolds to reveal a “hosting suite,” equipped with cutlery, glasses, and a double fridge, for guests wishing to enjoy a day out. On the other side, there is a refreshment area.
The vehicles are outfitted with timepieces from Swiss luxury watchmaker Bovet, which can be worn or hung on the dashboard.
The Boat Tail is 5.8 meters long and has stainless steel pinstripe inlays that give it an extended appearance. The bottom cabin’s and floor’s wood finishes mimic a ship’s hull.
The car shares the same basis as the Rolls-Royce Phantom, which boasts a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 engine with 563 horsepower.
“Rolls-Royce believes in complete authenticity, and the Boat Tail is the result of a four-year partnership with three of our most prestigious clients,” said Torsten Muller-Otvos, the company’s chief executive.
“At each stage of the creative and engineering process, Rolls-Royce Coachbuild clients are intimately and personally involved.
“We collaborate with the customer to obtain comprehensive fluency in the intricacies of their personality and character.” We meticulously convert these characteristics into the features they wish to instill their company with.
In other news: Dencia, a Cameroonian singer and songwriter, turned to Twitter for the second time after purchasing her third Rolls Royce to cast shade at Davido and Burna Boy.
The singer, who recently added a new whip to her luxury garage, revealed photographs and videos of her new baby, a 2021 Rolls Royce in shiny chrome gold. She once again throws shade at Burna Boy and Davido by sharing photographs of the costly car.
After photographs and videos of Davido’s 240 million naira Rolls Royce hit the internet, Dencia mounted a three-pronged attack on Burna Boy, Shatta Wale, and Davido. Burna Boy, Davido, and Shatta Wale, according to Dencia, are all newcomers to the industry.
They shouldn’t be talking about Rolls Royce when people like her talk since it’s a Rolls Royce business. Dencia boasted about her new Rolls Royce, claiming she was the only African musician to own one in 2014. She hurled shade at Davido and Burna Boy, whom she called to as Niggas, for feuding on the internet over fundamental RR.
It was her third Rolls Royce, and it was specially built specifically for her, she stated emphatically. Dissing Davido and Burna Boy once more, she referred to them as her sons and stated that RR wasn’t as big as they made it out to be.
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