Pricing will sit somewhere between the Cullinan and the Phantom.
The new example is finished in striking rose gold paint and combines several hues inspired by pearl shells from the buyer’s personal collection.
The whole conversion will set you back €150,000 (almost R2.5m) which of course excludes the donor car.
Canadian businessman Vincent Yu was so focused on achieving his goal that he ended up losing a lot more than money.
He really went the extra mile and installed the “hosting suite” in the rear deck which rises electrically as you would expect.
Engineers tweaked the suspension to help reduce body roll and made the steering heftier to help with responsiveness.
The car was commissioned by a small group of three very wealthy clients, who wish to remain anonymous.
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The brand did confirm that it was designed for a wealthy and ‘flamboyant’ duo.
The entire project took four years which means they started very shortly after the Sweptail debuted.