This one will split opinion on the Internet. Although most things do these days, don’t they?
Anyway, this is a one-off Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph Wagon that’s up for sale in Italy for €162,500 (P9.47 million). It’s being offered by a dealership called Magni & Carnevale Motors in Milan, and the conversion was apparently completed back in 2011 by the succinctly named ‘British Cars’ in Verona.
It reportedly took seven months to transform the 1998 Silver Seraph—which is essentially a V12-engined sibling to the better-known Bentley Arnage—into a proper load-lugger.
Don’t think it has lost that classic Rolls-Royce opulence, though. The big cargo area now includes tailor-made bags that match the leather of the interior, with one full of tools and the other holding three bottles of wine. Because why not?
There’s more drink, too. Yep, hidden behind little panels in the rear compartment are two silver flasks and some hallmarked silver goblets. Lovely. They can all be cleaned with the vehicle’s on-board tap, and there’s a removable picnic table plus two bespoke umbrellas. Even lovelier.
What do you think?
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.