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June 2, 2017

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Youtube is a wonderful thing.

Especially when you use it enough, it starts to become populated with videos that the robots behind the scenes think you'll want to watch. For me, this is usually travel videos, camera reviews, tips, video-blogger Casey Neistat's latest updates, as well as a few King Charles Cavalier videos.

$13 Million Rolls-Royce

I'm dubious of clickbait, I hate it. But when I saw the title "world's most expensive car" and "Rolls-Royce" in the same sentence - I had to have a look. I wasn't disappointed.

Enter the Sweptail, Rolls-Royce's bespoke and most expensive car that, when it takes four years to craft and make, is probably fair. The car is simply stunning. From the front it boasts a grille larger than any modern car, milled from aluminium and hand polished to achieve a mirror finish.

$13 Million Rolls-Royce

There's no junk in the trunk with the Sweptail, with refined, yacht-like curves that are so refined, precise and demand some of the most complex and difficult pieces of glass ever put into a car. Check it out in the video below for yourself - which is also one of the attractions for the team here at Domin8 Designs.

The videography is awesome - giving glimpses of the finished product as the (awfully seductive) voice over takes you through the journey of design. Up-close macro shots combine with edgy, dark footage until the final reveal - blowing your mind and senses.

At a cool $13 million dollars, it's probably time to start saving....

The Sweptail is completely bespoke, crafted and took four years to make. Picture: Rolls-RoyceOne of the largest grilles on a modern car, the Sweptail is a beast. Picture: Rolls-Royce

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