Unlike standard Rolls-Royce vehicles, the Boat Tail was built entirely by hand, with each of the body panels fabricated from vast, single sheets of aluminum to create the distinctive outline inspired by racing yachts of the early 20th century. This one-of-a-kind vehicle was commissioned by someone whose family business has grown from his father’s origins in the pearling industry.
It’s alleged that this person paid $28-million for this bespoke vehicle and its unique rear deck, which houses the Boat Tail’s unique ‘butterfly-design’. Step inside, and you’ll find perfectly matched cognac as well as oyster-coloured leathers swathed in Royal Walnut veneer, complete with rose gold and mother-of-pearl accents throughout. At the center of its dashboard is a timepiece made from mother-of-pearl, chosen and supplied from the cilent’s own collection, while the same prized substance encases the control switches and instrument dials, forming a strong material connection between the car, the owner, and his family heritage.
- Safety Priority : UL 2272 certification ensures Ninebot S meets high standards for fire and electrical safety. The Smart Battery Management System provides reliable battery performance. IP54 waterproof protection ensures operation in various weathers.
- Operating temperature-14-104°F(-10-40°C)
This particular client conveyed to us the desire to create a mirror to the differing environments in which the car would be used…and I can say with some authenticity that only a few weeks ago we viewed the car with the client in the UK, and its tones were white and simplistic. Here, somehow it is transformed to reflect the terracotta of the scenery around it, transforming its personality,” said Alex Innes, Rolls-Royce Coachbuild Design boss.