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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car - design sketch. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car - features picnic compartment for chilling champagne and dinner service. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Here's a look at the world's most expensive new car. Just three ?L20 million GBP Rolls-Royce Boat Tail convertibles will be built. The "nautically" themed car has been specially commissioned by a wealthy and "flamboyant" couple. They love champagne and al fresco meals - so designers have created a rear deck which has a parasol, rotating cocktail tables and a dinner set. The car is part of the brand's 'Coachbuild' construction program. It has been engineered and designed from the ground up as a nearly unique model. The chassis, engine and underpinnings are based on the brand's existing Phantom limo - but everything else is designed and built from scratch. The four-seater two-door Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is the first to be built by Rolls-Royce's new Coachbuild department at the company's boutique headquarters in Goodwood, Sussex in England. The new grand cruiser is inspired by the elegant J-Class yachts of the early 20th Century and the original 'Boat Tail' Rolls-Royces of 1920s and 1930s. It features an 'aft deck' ? a modern interpretation of a yacht's wooden rear deck. The car has a 6.7-litre V12 twin turbo-charged petrol engine capable of around 570 horsepower and linked to an 8-speed automatic. It does 0-60 mph in about five seconds, and has a top speed of 155 mph. ?We have created a trio of exceptional cars which, although they share a common body style, are each imbued with the unique, highly personal imprint of the commissioning patron, thereby telling differing stories. Boat Tail is unprecedented. Boat Tail is a distinct counterpoint to industrialised luxury," said Alex Innes, Head of Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design, Rolls-Royce. Credit - Courtesy of Rolls-Royce / MEGA. 01 Jun 2021 Pictured: The ?L20 million Rolls-Royce 'Boat Tail' car. Photo credit: Courtesy of Rolls-Royce/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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