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Heres why 2018 Rolls Royce Sweptail is the most EXPENSIVE car / FULL DETAILS

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The Rolls-Royce Sweptail, a one-off coupe designed for a specific customer who likely has unfathomable amounts of cash, could be the most expensive new car ever sold at a reported $12.8 million. The car has been in the works since new, and, in all of its wildly expensive glory, is kind of strange looking.\r
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The Sweptail buyer, described in a Rolls-Royce press release as a “connoisseur and collector of distinctive, one-off items including super-yachts and private aircraft”—like all of us, of course—went to the company and asked for a car inspired by the Rolls-Royces of the 1920s and 1930s.\r
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He asked for a coach-built coupe with a glass roof, and Rolls-Royce showed the car off at the Concorso dEleganza in Italy this weekend. Heres a description of the influences on its design, written with such grossly exaggerated elegance that its almost hard to translate into the language of us common folk:\r
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The Telegraph reports that the car cost around £10 million, or just over $12.8 million at current exchange rates. The outlet also reports that its the most expensive new car—forget about auctions or privately sold cars—ever sold, which would sound about right since the average Bugatti Chiron slots in at just under $3 million.\r
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But remember that if you have the money, a manufurer will do just about anything for you. Dip your expensive, performance-oriented supercar in solid gold, if you want. McLaren even offers “almost limitless customization” on its 720S, except for T-tops. You wont get any of those.\r
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The point is, the number that determines the “most expensive new car ever sold” is murky no matter how you look at it. The Telegraph is also one of the few outlets reporting the $12.8-million price, while GQ said Rolls-Royce “refused to give . a figure, or even a hint of one.”\r
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We may not ever know how much the Sweptail cost its owner, but we do know what it looks like: sort of like wagon with a deflated back end, which is a little strange—but, then again, we humans will think anything is strange to make ourselves feel better about not being able to afford even a small frion of it.\r
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Below are some photos and a video of the car, so you can feel thoroughly poor and unworthy on this fine Saturday. Enjoy yourselves.\r
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