Rolls-Royce Sweptail is worth $ 12.8 million and produces only one global copy for an anonymous billionaire.

Rolls-Royce has introduced the Sweptail, a bespoke designed for a special customer at the Concorso d’Eleganza event in Italy, to the delight of the rich.  $ 12.8 million is the price to be unique. Luxury cars are not fitted with precious stones or diamonds, but value goes beyond what ordinary people might think.


The exclusive models made by Christian Von Koenigsegg and Horacio Pagani can easily be owned with just one million dollars or more. The world’s most expensive Bugatti Chiron is worth $ 3 million. But the market still has a void at the top of the pyramid – the super-rich and do not want others to run the same car.

That is the customer of Rolls-Royce. The car company to the UK to the customer to design a completely different car based on the frame of a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe.


According to the Telegraph, the amount owed to the super car was up to £ 10m ($ 12.8m). This makes the Sweptail the most expensive new car ever sold in all times, even taking into account the inflation rate. This is a very rare Rolls-Royce and no similar second.

This car is a positive testimony, if you have money, the manufacturer will do whatever you want.

The inspiration for Sweptail originated from the classic works of Rolls-Royce made in the 1920s – 1930s. The customer is described as a “connoisseur and collector of unique items, including super Boat and personal plane “.
The request was made to build a two-door, two-seater Rolls-Royce with a sophisticated glass roof and fit its own characteristics.


Rolls-Royce has brought the creativity to radical development and make a bold personal mark on the car.

The Sweptail embodies the majestic, glamorous and glamorous Phantom I of 1925, designed by Jonckheere. Striking glass roofs, striking lines and balanced proportions, harmonized between the rear diagonal on the Phantom II Streamline in 1934 by Park Ward.

The car was equipped with the twin-door Phantom II spiral engine in 1934 and the water-based design on the Park Ward 20/25 Limousine Coupe in 1934.

For many, this is a luxury car, but for the rich, this car is worth every penny.