May 29, 2021 10:49 GMT
The car also features cocktail tables that open “in a graceful rotation that mimics the waiter’s show”.
Today, many classic cars are heirlooms and cost tens of millions of dollars. Yet new cars, as innovative as they are, typically do not cross the thousands of dollars. This rule was changed when British luxury car company Rolls Royce launched on May 27th Made it known His latest innovation: the boat tail.
This car is custom built for a customer so it is not for sale, but the company claims it costs 28 million dollars, making it the most expensive new car in the world and a far cry from the stature. Sweptel, 2017 model, the company also made it for another very wealthy customer.
“Rolls-Royce Coachbuild clients are closely and personally involved in every step of the engineering and creative process. We work in unison with the client to achieve complete fluency in the nuances of his personality and personality. We carefully translate these qualities into elements. With those who wish to bear their commission.” , The company confirms. “Only Rolls-Royce can offer its Coachbuild customers an incomparable opportunity to order a product of future historical significance, a product that is unique as it is, and then participate in every detail of its creation,” he added.
At first glance, the tail of the boat does not seem very extravagant, but it is enough to open the trunk of the car to realize that it is not an ordinary car. Inside there are two refrigerators specially designed to house Armand de Brignac champagne bottles, which are kept at a constant temperature of six degrees Celsius. The aforementioned bottles are served at an exact 15 degree angle, in the same way as a sophisticated butler.
In addition, the box also features a drop-down awning and cocktail tables that open “with a graceful rotation that mimics the waiter’s width.”
On the other hand, in the car’s glove compartment there is a special section for the exclusive design Bovet 1822 Swiss watch.
This is true luxury. This is contemporary care in its truest form. This is Rolls-Royce Coachbuild, ”the brand executives concluded.
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