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.
“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.