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The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail has been revealed. Rolls-Royce has unveiled its bespoke and coachbuilt model, the Boat Tail. The Boat Tail is the British brand's first coachbuilt model after the reintroduction of coachbuilding. This showcased Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is one of three Boat Tails commissioned by the brand.
This particular Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is built as per the requirement of a couple who already owns the original 1932 Rolls-Royce Boat Tail. According to sources, the couple's brief to Rolls-Royce was to build a "joyful" and "celebratory" car for their family to enjoy.
As per Rolls-Royce, each of the three Boat Tails may have a similar silhouette but are vastly different from each other with each having its own unique features and design elements. In a single glance, it is evident that the new Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is a modern vehicle built using modern tools and techniques.
Everything is perfect to the nanometre scale. Up front, the massive grille dominates the entire front section and cannot be mistaken for anything other than a Rolls-Royce. It is the side profile that deserves the most attention.
At almost 5.9 metres in length, with an upright bonnet, wrap-around windscreen, and sloping boot, the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail deserves every bit of your attention as it takes your subconscious mind to the open waters.
At the rear, this particular Boat Tail houses a pair of horizontally placed LED tail lights, a fixed canopy roof, and a large butterfly-style wooden deck finished in Caleidolegno veneer. The length of the deck is further accentuated by the use of a chrome pinstripe along the length of the wooden deck.
The butterfly deck is hinged from the centre and opens to a precise 67 degrees. The deck lid consists of fine silver cutlery, towels, and your favourite champagne. The deck space also houses two picnic tables and two refrigerators. One of the ‘chilling' features of the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is its ability to rapidly cool the champagne bottle to 6-degree Celsius in just a few minutes.
Like every Rolls-Royce, this Boat Tail also comes with umbrellas on the door, but this bespoke model also houses one more umbrella under the deck too. The interior can seat 4 adults in utmost luxury.
The seats on the front are finished in a darker shade of blue compared with the lighter piping colour, while this theme is reversed for the rear seats. As the client couple were avid pen collectors, Rolls-Royce kept a special Montblanc pen in its glove box.
Unlike other Rolls-Royce, the timepiece housed in the dashboard is a bespoke unit built by BOVET 1822 and designed to be detached and worn by the user. We are not sure what is powering this piece of art, but we suspect it is the same 6.75-litre turbocharged V12 powering the Phantom.
Thoughts On The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail Bespoke Coachbuilt Model
This is one of those cars built for people who think beyond the best. Every inch of this car screams success, and reminds us that luxury is only limited by our imagination. If you can imagine it, Rolls-Royce can build it for you, as long as it conforms to road safety regulations.