Photos Show How World’s Most Expensive Car Rolls Royce Boat Tail Was Made by Hand & Hammer, It Sells at R400m

Photos Show How World’s Most Expensive Car Rolls Royce Boat Tail Was Made by Hand & Hammer, It Sells at R400m

When you are considering luxury, speed, automobile, and class, then think Rolls Royce Boat Tail which is reportedly the world's most expensive car at $28 million (R400 million).

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What makes this vehicle special as earlier reported is that it was meticulously handcrafted with the interest of its owners.

A description on the car maker's website goes thus:

"Envisioned by extraordinary clients and realised by the master artisans of Coachbuild, this singular imagining honours the owners’ lifelong reverence for life at sea."

In this report, Briefly News will be showing in five photos, the making process of the classy vehicle.

Photo 1: The proof

Royce Royce is reportedly world's most expensive car
The man works on its body with precision. Photo source: @rollsroycecars
Source: Instagram

When you are looking for proof that the car was indeed handcrafted, then this settles it. In the snap, a man kneels as he perfects the vehicle's body with a smoothening brush.

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Photo 2: Are they making a chair?

Boat Tail was made with many components.
A rugged work went into bringing out a tasteful design. Photo source: @rollsroycecars
Source: Instagram

To show that the car took collective efforts of craftsmen, a man's hand could be seen with a hammer as he beat a surface.

Photo 3: Is that the cut-out of the coach opening?

Great efforts were invested in making the car
With gloves in hand, the man set out to work. Photo source: @rollsroycecars
Source: Instagram

A man focuses on a circle with gloves as he is captured in a position that suggests he is making a delicate cut to achieve a design.

Photo 4: All hands on deck or nothing

Royce Rolls said it took years to build.
Too much cook did not spoil this broth. Photo source: @rollsroycecars
Source: Instagram

Workmen took different positions as they worked on the body of the Boat Tail. Rolls Royce revealed that the car was made with 1,813 completely new components. The photo makes one wonder which of them they are fixing.

Photo 5: The majestic front profile

What arguably separates the Rolls Royce brand from many out there is how its front profile 'intimidates'. In this picture, two men affix the front cover.

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Car specially built for Nigerians

Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that many Nigerians could not stop talking after the video of a vehicle made in Nigeria went viral online.

Called the Nord Tank, Ajayi Oluwatobi, the CEO of the manufacturing company, talked about the automobile. In his post on Tuesday, August 18, 2020, he said that the vehicle was specially built for Nigerians.

In the short clip, the camera panned around it to give people a tour of its exterior view. The automobile is painted in both blue and white colours with its bumper in the former's paint colour. Its insignia is in silver steel.

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Source: Briefly News

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