Rolls Royce Sweptail

Rolls-Royce may not be known for one-off models, but the $12.8-million Sweptail, built for a customer, falls under that category. On the outside, it features only five panels, along with two A-pillars, while the grille’s typical stainless steel construction was replaced with a unit milled from a single block of aluminum. Inside the custom cabin, you’ll find a minimalist instrument panel and a stunning rear deck, framed by an all-glass roof. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

Rolls Royce Sweptail
Rolls Royce Sweptail

“The rear seats have been replaced with an elaborately sculpted shelf of Macassar Ebony that incorporates a backlit lip. Per the client’s request, a hinged champagne and crystal flute dispenser present a bottle of his favorite vintage – 1970 Dom Perignon – between the front seats. A hidden mechanism uses gears milled from aluminum, presumably because the owner might not sleep at night knowing there are plastic bits in his Rolls,” reports Automobile Mag.