Rolls-Royce Boat Tail | National Class


Rolls-Royce has founded a new bodywork department, and its first creation is Boat Tail, a demonstration of ideas that can be realized when money is not an issue. Its 2017 spiritual predecessor, the 2017 Sweptail, cost £ 10 million, and Boat Tail is speculated to be even more expensive.

The plan is for the Boat Tail to be made in triplicate for three customers who contacted the company after the Sweptail presentation. The inspiration for the new design are J class racing yachts.

Rolls-Royce has not released any technical details, but judging by the look of the interior, it is probably a platform of the previous generation of this manufacturer, not a new tubular chassis that premiered in the new Phantom and has since arrived in Cullinan and Ghost.

Traditional production methods, such as hand-made body panels, have been used to the maximum. The boat tail is 580cm long and will definitely be an impressive sight on the road.

At the rear end, nautical references are noticeable, such as a wooden deck that splits in half at the touch of a button and reveals luxurious elements for a glamorous picnic including champagne cooling space, special glasses, Rolls-Royce logo napkins and folding chairs.

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