You could be forgiven for thinking it's a luxury yacht, however these are features of a limited edition Rolls-Royce. The Phantom Drophead Coupe has received the bespoke additions to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the legendary Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in Carmel, California.
The car was unveiled at the event by Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos and chief designer Ian Cameron, and was sold within minutes. The exterior paintwork is a tribute to Stillwater Cove on the Monterey Peninsula.
It also features a navy blue soft top lined with cashmere and interior wood fittings cross-banded Santos Pallisander veneer contrasted with a silver pinstripe inlay.
Handcrafted oiled teak decking is used for the roof tonneau and also in the luggage compartment flooring with a refrigerated cabinet underneath.
Further Bespoke cues include an enamelled plaque on the dash, Concours logos on the tread plates and embroidery on each seat. Price? If you have to ask, you can't afford it. Besides, Rolls is simply not discussing it.