Rolls Royce demonstrates a new level of coachbuilding
Rolls Royce demonstrates a new level of coachbuilding - the bespoke “Sweptail” also considered the most expensive car presently available
- The one of a kind car took nearly four years to be created
- Yacht inspired design and has a full-length panoramic glass roof
- Built as a tribute to the swept-tail Rolls-Royces of the 1920s
A mystery client of Rolls Royce co-designed a custom one of a kind car that has taken four years to build. Aptly named the “Swept-tail” with its inspiration drawn from Rolls Royce models of the 1920’s, the car takes the concept of bespoke to a new level.
Priced at 13 million dollars, the Swept-tail takes is hand crafted as per the patron’s wishes to each last detail. Some of these details include a singular uninterrupted glass roof allowing a flood of natural light to enter its uniquely customized interior, a special compartment to place a custom-designed attache case holding the owners laptop as well as a centre console compartment that deploys a chilled bottle of bubbly along with two champagne flutes at the touch of a button.
Admiring what may arguably be considered the pinnacle of bespoke, it is truly refreshing to see dreams being realized in a world that relies heavily on “mass customization”.