The infamous Rolls Royce Sweptail. Based off of coach building culture from the 1920’s & 30’s this is RR’s most modern, one-off creation. Based on the Phantom coupe, all else has been hand formed to the customers very particular requests, and specifications. The body work is designed to appear seamless, eventually concluding toward the end of the car in the form of a “tail”. Driver amenities include luxuries such as a chilled champagne bottle and champagne flutes compartment in the center console which raises by the touch of a button. There is also a similar compartment to store the owners briefcase which is as well made by the manufacturer. Bespoke luggage which takes the shape of the rear of the car has also been added to the luggage compartment. The owner is no slouch as it comes to exercising his cars. This series of stunning photos taken by @alexpenfold comes from a tour of Chile & Argentina, of which the owner took his Bugatti’s EB110, Veyron SS, Chiron, and as pictured, the Sweptail. Next time you see a “daily driven” sticker on a car at a stop light, just remember this $12.8 million dollar Rolls and it’s road trip through South America 😉. This is also the most expensive RR/BMW product ever built, and also is the most expensive modern car ever produced.
Owned & ordered by @mwvmnw