In true Rolls-Royce fashion, the hyper luxury automaker has released a champagne chest so owners of the vehicle can one-up their wealthy friends at yacht parties and high-end picnics.
The design of the champagne chest takes inspiration from a V12 engine,
the brand explains
, and is crafted from carbon fibre and aluminum with accents of wood and leather. The chest is activated by the push of a button, elevating up to four hand-blown crystal champagne flutes embossed with the 'RR' emblem as well as a bottle cooler and napkins.
The oak lid turns into a tray for your help to serve the bubble-filled flutes to your waiting guests.
Just as you can customize the colours and materials inside of a Rolls-Royce vehicle, the chests can be colour-matched to suit your taste
For those who aren't into champagne, the chest can be converted into a caviar station that houses two thermal 30-gram tin containers and comes with mother-of-pearl serving spoons.
But if you're the kind of Rolls-Royce owner who isn't into frills like champagne and caviar, the chest can be configured in a third way to display three porcelain bowls that you can fill with peasant food like Ruffles chips, Heluva Good french onion dip, and honey roasted peanuts.
The custom chest retails for approximately US$47,000 plus taxes, and interested buyers can drop by any Rolls-Royce dealership to place an order.