Jay Z and Beyoncé bought the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail
Jay Z and Beyoncé bought the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail, the worlds most expensive car at $28.4 Million
Beyoncé and Jay-Z may have just added the most expensive car in the world to their already luxurious fleet according to multiple online reports.
Jay Z and Beyoncé bought the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail
This week, Rolls-Royce unveiled its $28 million Boat Tail convertible for a client who clearly enjoys the finer things in life, such as a rear deck that contains a picnic set and a double refrigerator to keep vintage champagne chilled. Rumor has it, a “Crazy in Love” couple were behind the creation of the car.
“It’s thought this fantastic car has been commissioned by Beyoncé and Jay-Z with all its detailing matching their favorite things,” an industry source told the UK’s Telegraph.
Jay Z and Beyoncé bought the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail
Boat Tail is not just the priciest new car in the world and the next step in bespoke for Rolls-Royce, but also a true engineering wonder. It finds inspiration in nautical designs and is meant to be more than just a means to a destination, but the destination itself, through the inclusion of a stunning picnic set in the rear, which deploys at the touch of a button. This sounds gauche in writing, so think of it as a picnic set that took 4 years and $28 million to bring into reality, to be enjoyed on the Cote d’Azur.
Jay Z and Beyoncé bought the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail
Industry reports are naming this power couple as Jay Z and Beyonce and, based on the tidbits offered by Rolls-Royce above, the description matches. They’re both passionate about boats, love champagne and have an outspoken adoration for everything blue ever since their daughter Blue Ivy was born. “It’s thought this fantastic car has been commissioned by Beyonce and Jay Z, with all its detailing matching their favorite things,” a spy tells The Telegraph. Rolls-Royce would not comment on the report.
Most importantly though, with a combined net worth of $1.9 billion, Jay and Bey are wealthy enough to afford to spend a fortune on a bespoke car they’ll probably take picnicking once