Rolls-Royce Redefines Luxury With Its Most Expensive Car

Featuring coolers for champagnes, a parasol and accessories to create a luxurious picnic atmosphere, the exclusive Rolls-Royce Boat-Tail is a new design tailor-made for customers. Unveiling the new and luxurious Boat-Tail mode, Rolls-Royce is proving that it holds the record for producing the most expensive car on the market. The model takes the crown of being the most expensive car in the world. To date, only one piece has been produced specifically for an anonymous customer and costs around $28 million.

A New Legacy

The Boat-Tail model is said to have been made only at the request of a globally successful couple who previously owned these luxury cars. Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce, described the Boat-Tail model as the culmination of cooperation, effort, ambition and time, born out of a desire to create a legacy and a toast to success. He believes the Boat-Tail mod represents a pivotal moment in the brand’s history and in the contemporary luxury landscape.

Best Luxury

This project took four years to develop, design and roll out. The 100% handmade bodywork of the car, which is the only one of its kind, exudes luxury. The exterior is covered in a hue of blue, a customer-loved color – elegant and retro in shade – but the sun’s rays bring a bright and energetic aura to the embedded paintwork with metallic and glass flakes. The process involves digitally mastering a virtual model and creating a frame in which aluminum sheets are manually forged. It also requires finalizing designs and reconfiguring the architecture to support the Boat-Tail’s generous proportions.

The most striking features of this flamboyant vehicle are in the trunk. Opening the trunk opens an umbrella and accessories for setting up an impromptu, a-la-mode picnic. Accessories include chairs, glasses and a pair of coolers that hold Armand de Brignac Champagne bottles.

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When to Start Packing for a Move

One week before moving day
Contact your moving company. Follow up to confirm that your plans are on track so there are no last-minute surprises.

Say your goodbyes. Organize a farewell party, spend quality time with your closest friends and visit your favorite places in town.

Check your packing progress. Most of your belongings should be packed up and labeled by this point. If you’re doing any cleaning or repairs yourself, make sure you’ve got all the supplies you need.

Prepare an “open first” box. This way, you’ll have all your essentials as soon as you arrive in your new home. Read more about what to put in it here. Don’t forget to decide how you’ll get it to your new home. If you’re flying and arriving before movers, you may want to consider sending it to yourself ahead of time.

Hire a sitter. Keep your children and pets from getting underfoot by securing a sitter for moving day. If your dog attends a daycare, consider sending them to it or boarding them if you’re moving within the same area.

Pay your bills. If there are any outstanding bills from your current address, square them away before you move. If you’re moving within the same service area, make sure your move dates and new address is updated in the relevant service provider systems.

Disassemble large furniture pieces. Bookshelves, bed frames, and other furniture may require disassembly and more intricate packing. Get them ready for shipment.

Do any DIY repairs you’ve planned. With much of your stuff in boxes and more space available, tackle repairs like patching wall holes and touching up paint.

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