Title: Rolls Royce Boat Tail
Resolution: 3840 x 2160

The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is a grand tourer car that is a marvel of luxury and engineering. It is a product of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, a brand synonymous with opulence and craftsmanship. The Boat Tail is a mid-sized vehicle, and it holds the distinction of being the world’s most expensive street-legal new car, with a speculated price tag of US $28 million. This vehicle is not just a car; it is a testament to the bespoke craftsmanship that Rolls-Royce is renowned for. The Boat Tail is a four-seat car, measuring almost 5.8 meters long, with the rear of the vehicle shaped like a yacht deck. This nautical form is a nod to the graceful J-class yachts and a 1932 Rolls-Royce Boat Tail that the owners lovingly restored as part of their expansive collection.

The Boat Tail is powered by a 6.75 N74B68 twin-turbocharged V12 engine, a testament to Rolls-Royce’s commitment to performance and power. The car shares its chassis and engine with the Rolls-Royce Phantom, but it boasts 1,813 bespoke parts, including five electronic control units in the rear deck. The car features a parasol that extends from the rear deck deployed by a mechanical system in an inverted manner like a flower, rotating cocktail tables with matching stool seats, a complete set of Christofle tableware, and two fridges in a color scheme to match Armand de Brignac champagne bottles. The deck is finished in Caleidolegno veneer and hinges towards the center in a butterfly shape, at an angle of 67 degrees. The first car features matching pairs of men’s and women’s watches manufactured by Bovet Fleurier which include a tiny sculpture of the car in the dial. The watches can be worn as a wristwatch or used as a desk clock or pocket watch, and they can also be placed in a titanium enclosure on the car’s dashboard to be used as its clock. The car has a bespoke Bose Corporation sound system which uses the car’s floor structure as a resonance chamber. The car includes a Montblanc pen housed in a hand-crafted case inside the glove box. The instrument panel dials feature guilloché decorative work. The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is a symbol of luxury and craftsmanship, a testament to the brand’s commitment to creating vehicles that are as much works of art as they are modes of transport.