The Rolls-Royce "Champagne Chest" is here

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Rolls-Royce's Champagne transportation device costs just S$65k

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For S$65k (before local taxes!), you could have one of these – Rolls-Royce’s new “Champagne Chest”. A means of transporting one’s Champagne from one place to another as decadently and ostentatiously as humanly possible.

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Rolls claims the chest is an “accoutrement intended to delight, suitable for the most extravagant of environments from a superyacht to the terrace of a private residence” and that it “endows conviviality with one’s closest friends, family or business associates”. Quite.

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Made from machined aluminium and carbonfibre, and covered in fancy black leather and wood, the chest contains a Champagne set for four people.

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With the push of a button, the top and sides of the chest extend outwards, displaying four hand-blown, crystal, champagne flutes “arranged to evoke memories of a V12 engine”, and the owner’s choice of Champagne (kept at the ideal temperature thanks to black anodised aluminium and carbonfibre coolers).

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You can also spec the means required to store and serve caviar – two coolers and mother-of-pearl spoons.

STORY Tom Harrison

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