29 May 2021 10:49 GMT
The vehicle also features cocktail tables, which open “in a beautiful cycle that reflects an employee’s offering”.
Today, many classic cars are considered a real heirloom and cost millions of dollars. However, new cars, which are innovative, usually do not exceed the barrier of thousands of dollars. On May 27, the British luxury car company Rolls-Royce changed this rule It was revealed His most recent creation: Boat Tail.
This car was made to suit one customer, so it is not for sale, but the company says it will cost $ 28 million, which will make it the most expensive new car in the world, and the model year that will take that place from the sweptail of 2017, is being made by the company for another very rich customer.
“Rolls Royce Coach Built customers are closely and personally involved in every step of the engineering and creative process. We work in harmony with the customer to achieve complete fluency in the nuances of their character and personality. We translate these qualities carefully. With those who wish to promote their commission,” the company assures. “Only House of Rolls-Royce can offer its coach-built customers the inappropriate opportunity to order an item of future historical significance that is unique and can then participate in every detail of its creation,” he said.
The boat tail, at first glance, does not look very luxurious, but it is enough to open the trunk to realize that it is not a normal car. Inside are two customized refrigerators for bottles of Armand de Brignock champagne, which are kept at a constant temperature of six degrees Celsius. The bottles are delivered at an accurate 15 degree angle, in the same way that a sophisticated butler delivers it.
In addition, the trunk has a drop-down umbrella and cocktail tables that open “with a beautiful rotation that reflects an employee’s offering”.
On the other hand, the car’s glove box has a special section for the Swiss watch Bowet 1822 of a unique design.
“It’s a real luxury. It’s a contemporary sponsorship in its true form. It’s Rolls-Royce coach-built,” the brand’s executives conclude.