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Rolls Royce put its coach-building capabilities on full display with one pricey one-off coupe. Reported by the Daily Mail to cost over $12,000,000, the Rolls Royce Sweptail features a design inspired by coachbuilt Rolls Royces from '20s and '30s as well as classic and modern yachts. The first thing you'll notice is the massive Pantheon grille, which has been milled from aluminum and then is hand-polished to achieve a mirror finish. 

A brushed aluminum frame surrounds the rest of the front-end and as you direct your eyes to the rest of the car you immediately notice the all-glass roof that tapers into the rear's "bullet-tip" that surrounds the car's center brake light. The interior of the car is rich with Macassar Ebony and open-pore Paldao woods and one of the car's most impressive features, a fully custom mechanism that ejects the owner's favorite bottle of champagne at the perfect angle for removal...and enjoyment.

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