With a single press of a button, the car’s rear deck performs a sweeping butterfly gesture, revealing a double champagne refrigerator, sized specifically to house the owner’s favorite vintages. This area also houses silver cutlery with “Boat Tail” inscriptions and Porcelain plates from Christofle in Paris. Passengers can enjoy all of these niceties on the car’s built-in piano-hinged cocktail table and matching bar stools. Of course, those stools use the same blue leather found in the interior. Think of the Boat Tail like a fancy dinner table with a V12 engine.
All told, Rolls-Royce created 1,813 completely new parts for the Boat Tail. Some of these components are found inside, where even the seats are bespoke. This car includes matching timepieces from the House of BOVET, one for the owner and one for his wife. There’s even an area where the watches mount in the cabin, so they will not be damaged.