Rolls-Royce to Build the ‘Most Ambitious’ Car It Has Ever Created


The luxurious automobile maker Rolls-Royce Motor Cars unveiled a luxurious car model called the Boat Tail – “the most ambitious motor car ever created,” on Thursday.

The Boat Tail measures 5.8 meters, (19) feet long, and a pantheon grille that is flanked by wide and deep-set daytime running lights with classical round headlamps positioned below.

The new model comes as the company launches a new division – Coachbuild: an aviation program allowing the carmaker’s most high-end clients to commission unique cars. Then comes the next feature, a wooden rear deck, which is finished in a caleidolegno veneer, giving it the dark color and also features brushed stainless steel pinstripe inlays that visually help elongate its look.

Moreover, the deck’s butterfly-style doors are hinged towards the center line and opens to a precise 67 degree. Once opened, the content below the decklid which consists of fine cutlery, silverware, towels, and so on, is raised to a 15-degree angle to be introduced to the owners. This area also has two picnic tables that fold out and two refrigerators. One of the fridge’s has been designed to board the champagne bottles and has the unique ability to rapid cool said bottle to 6 degrees Celsius.

Rolls Royce’s CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös described it as a “lovely, magnificent car,” and said that the client was involved in “every step of the journey” and the creation of such bespoke cars was a “money can’t buy experience.” He mentioned that clients would need to bring their own “passion, engagement and the time” necessary to do a collaboration with the carmaker.

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