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Last week, Rolls Royce broke records with their most expensive car ever built – the coach-built Rolls Royce Boat Tail – that cost's an eye-watering $28,000,000!

Built on the Rolls Royce Phantom platform, The Boat Tail features the same drivetrain, suspension and gearbox. Other than that, the Boat Tail is a Rolls Royce in its own right. Only three units will ever to be made, and each one will be built precisely to their owner's desires. The Rolls Royce Boat Tail is, undoubtedly, exclusively for the most...er... exclusive client.

However, although Rolls Royce claimed to have kept the new owners' identity private, the first car they built left some small details uncovered... which suggest that the owner can only be one person in particular.

As it turns out, the fine detail that gave its proud owner away was the Champagne cooler. This had to be custom-designed to fit the bottles of Armand de Brignac, a brand that the one-and-only Jay-Z co-owns!

There are a couple of other clues. For example, the car is painted Azure Blue, so some tabloids are saying it's a nod to the musician's daughter, Blue Ivy.Also, Roll's cryptically mentioned that the owner is a collector who's involved in the music industry. Being the first rapper billionaire, Jay-Z then makes perfect sense to be the rightful Rolls Royce Boat Tail owner!

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel, Later Clips, on Who Bought the $28,000,000 Rolls-Royce Boat Tail?

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