The most luxurious car in the world – the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail.
This new car, designed by Coachbuild’s expert craftsmen, honors the owners’ love of the ocean. Buggati’s Black Car has been dethroned by this automotive marvel. Indeed, this boat on wheels has sold for 7 million euros more than its predecessor, bringing the total sales to over 23.5 million euros.
Individuals with distinct accomplishments, culture, and vision are represented by the Coachbuild experience, which allows them to create a fully unique car and claim the brand’s illustrious past. Each piece of the Boat Tail is personalized in an intimate collaboration between artists and owners. The design is based on a 1932 Rolls-Royce Boat Tail and the J Class yacht. The material is beautifully matched and flawlessly symmetrical, reminiscent of wooden hull forms.
The color of the blue ocean, laced with sparkling crystals. In the shadows, the intricate hue is subtle, yet in the light, it is brilliant. Before painting, the smooth edges were produced by softly tracing a finger down the body’s final line.
The bridge opens in a sweeping butterfly motion at the touch of a button, displaying an exquisite suite of rooms completes with a fanciful umbrella. Its movement is reminiscent of the cantilever ideas pioneered by renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. The two-sided timepieces, one for women and one for men, can be worn or mounted on the fascia like automobile clocks. Rolls-Royce and Bovet 1822 collaborated on the clocks for more than three years. The Armand de Brignac champagne vintages are kept in a double refrigerator. The bottles can be instantly chilled to precisely six degrees, the desired vintage’s recommended serving temperature.
“Boat Tail is the most ambitious project we’ve ever undertaken. Coachbuild, in partnership with its clients, has defied all expectations and established a new benchmark, “Rolls-Royce Managing Director TORSTEN MÜLLER-TVS stated.