Rolls-Royce Amethyst Droptail Unveiled: extraordinarily costly

This is Amethyst, the second Rolls-Royce Droptail model. It is a purple roadster named after the client's son's birthstone and is anticipated to cost over whopping 200 crore 

The Amethyst's unknown owner, who turned a little gemstone shop into a global corporation, gave it its name.

The car's purple and silver color scheme has been applied to both the bodywork and the wheels called Globe Amaranth was inspired by a flower.

The Amethyst's grille has curved bars that end in chamfered receives a custom treatment that took 50 hours to achieve, according to Rolls-Royce.

The well-known 6.75-liter V12 engine with dual turbochargers and 620 lb-ft of torque powers all Drop Tail models. Although Rolls-Royce hasn't provided any performance data

The car's 22-inch wheels have a subdued mauve color that, when illuminated by sunlight, contrasts subtly with the mirror-polished aluminum finish. 

Over 8000 hours, each automotive part underwent stress testing at temperatures ranging from -30 degrees Celsius to 80 degrees Celsius.

A plush Sand Dunes-colored leather treatment, wooden accents, and a detailed examination of more than 100 logs are all present within the car. enhanced by rotary dials set with priceless amethyst gemstones, and braided leather floor mats.

Although Rolls-Royce withholds pricing information for its coachbuilt specialities, it is believed that each of the four Drop Tails cost their separate owners more than the 20 million pounds.