A precious leather casket for storing spirits and cigars with related accessories in the car. It is the latest addition to the Rolls Royce Connoisseur’s Collection, renamed the “Cellarette” and aimed at “improving the lifestyle of customers and the experience of their car”.
The trunk is inspired by the Cellarette, wooden trunks of different sizes that in the past were used to contain spirits, cigars and cigarettes. Rolls Royce has decided to revisit the original version and adapt it to the passenger compartment of a car, creating a casket that rests on a polished aluminum frame, wrapped in embossed Rolls-Royce Havana leather and complete with a service tray in Open pore Ayous Obsidian with Spirit of Ecstasy inlay.
An object for collectors studied down to the smallest detail in full Rolls Royce tradition, which can be kept in the back of any car but also “become the highlight of a meal in the open air or an intimate meeting”. The box opens recalling the opening of the Rolls doors, revealing blown glass glasses finished with the RR monogram, a leather bottle pocket and, on the opposite side, a cigar humidor in Spanish cedar wood and a series of accessories for connoisseurs. , all personalized. Humidity is also precisely monitored by a hygrometer that resembles the hands of the legendary Rolls-Royce watch.
An ultra-luxury box that, like most of the most exclusive items, has a cost: enthusiasts can buy through Rolls-Royce dealers paying a price that starts at 47,700 euros.