The second of three Rolls-Royce coachbuilt projects was presented last week at the Concorso d’Eleganza 2022 on Lake Como’s beaches. The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail Chapter 2 was unveiled to VIPs and journalists at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Como before landing at the renowned Villa d’Este.
The price of the freshly coachbuilt Boat Tail has not been announced, but based on the anticipated cost of the initial project, $30 million does not seem too far-fetched. The project was inspired by the pearl industry, with a paint scheme that included a mix of oyster and soft rose, as well as huge white and bronze mica particles incorporated for a sparkling aesthetic.
Furthermore, the elegant hat was completed with a layer of crystal and frosted matt clear lacquer. It’s difficult to overlook the commanding Pantheon Grille, which was created from a single, solid billet of aluminum and boldly displays a rose gold Spirit of Ecstasy.
The compartment’s “butterfly” aperture has been maintained and covered in walnut veneer, replete with rose gold-plated pinstripes with a satin-brushed finish. According to Rolls-Royce, the purchaser expressly commissioned the automobile with the Royal Walnut because it will vary its qualities with time, meaning that the cognac would appear different as it develops.
The inside has cognac and oyster-colored leather, as well as a walnut veneer with rose gold and mother-of-pearl embellishments. The dashboard timepiece is a personal possession of the owner. This mother-of-pearl graces the switchgear and instrument dials, and we believe it complements the rest of the luxurious interior.
The last Rolls-Royce Boat Tail is scheduled to be shown next year, however there is speculation that this new masterpiece will not be presented to the public. However, you can always appreciate this Boat Tail by visiting our picture gallery below.