The Rolls-Royce describes the vehicle as "a masterwork of restraint, subtlety, elegance and attention to detail" and describes it as being painted a colour that is a blend of oyster and rose and is intended to softly vary under various lighting circumstances.
Digital Desk: The second of a trio of
bespoke masterpieces from Rolls-Royce, dubbed the most costly new automobiles
this brand-or any other-has ever made, has been unveiled. It is called the
the first of the three was unveiled to the public in 2021, calculations
indicated that it was likely to cost between $25 and $28 million. According to
some estimates, the latest Boat Tail has reached the $30 million milestone.
a gathering in the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este, on the shores of Lake
Como, Italy, the most recent incarnation was first made public. It is also just
as refined as its predecessor.
Rolls-Royce describes the vehicle as "a masterwork of restraint, subtlety,
elegance and attention to detail" and describes it as being painted a
colour that is a blend of oyster and rose and is intended to softly vary under
various lighting circumstances.
customer, whose family has a history in the pearling business, gave the design
team a selection of four shells that she had picked for each one's unique sheen
and which served as the basis for the eye-catching colour.
brand's Phantom II Boattail from 1932, which itself took design ideas from
early 20th-century racing yachts, served as the inspiration for the car's
vehicle's boot's marine-style wood decking, which expands in a butterfly motion
to reveal an outside dining set (with stools and a parasol) when desired, is
the most noticeable allusion to this.
Rolls Royce Boat Tail is thought to be the priciest car in the world, costing
between $25 million and $28 million.
is completely unique due to the many unique features that were developed via
years of collaboration between the manufacturer and the client.
body panels of the car were made from single, battered sheets of aluminium, as
is customary. This includes the front's "pantheon grille," as
Rolls-Royce refers to it.
Spirit of Ecstasy figurine has also been made in a rose gold colour to match
the colour scheme.
third Boat Tail is currently being manufactured, but it probably won't be used
until around 2023.