rolls royce arcadia droptail

Rolls Royce Arcadia Droptail is an upcoming by Rolls Royce with an expected price of $$31000000 , all specs, features and Price on this page are unofficial, official price, and specs will be update on official announcement.


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rolls royce arcadia droptail Specifications

Rolls-Royce has revealed the penultimate Droptail creation, dubbed Arcadia. The name comes from a place in ancient Greek mythology described as heaven on Earth, and given the light tones present throughout the car, it seems a suitable christening. The British ultra-luxury marquee unveiled the third of four cars in the bespoke series, the Arcadia. The coach-built roadster is just as opulent as its predecessors, but it’s got a number of features that stand out, including one of the more complex clocks we’ve seen from the brand. The Droptail series made its debut last summer when Rolls-Royce showed off the La Rose Noire at Monterey Car Week. It was followed soon after by the Amethyst. All three cars—which are the first roadsters in the automaker’s modern history—are built by the Rolls-Royce Coach build division. Arcadia is named for the ancient Greek mythology’s concept of “Heaven on Earth,” and was designed to offer its owner sanctuary from the stress and noise of modern life. The series’ third entrant was designed specifically for the Drop tail’s graceful shape and lines. As such, its body has been finished almost entirely in white. The paint is infused with aluminum and glass particles that give it a shimmer and help create the illusion of “unending depth.” The effervescent hue is broken up only by a black hood and chrome trim, as well as the lower carbon-fiber sections which have been painted silver after having been left exposed on the first two cars in the series. The interior is just as glamorous. It was designed with the owner’s aesthetic in mind and is of a piece with the residences and business spaces they own around the world. The tan and white space also features extensive woodwork—including a shawl panel that is the largest continuous wood section ever seen in a Rolls—that took 8,000 hours to complete. Rolls-Royce didn’t announce powertrain details, but the expectation is that the Arcadia will be powered by the automaker’s twin-turbocharged 6.75-liter V-12, according to Forbes. While it’s unlikely the owner will ever push the car to its performance limits, they’ll have plenty of power to work with. That mill is capable of producing 563 hp and 664 ft lbs of torque.

Rolls-Royce Arcadia Droptail At A Glance


6.75-liter twin-turbo V12


593 horsepower


620 lb-ft


Eight-speed automatic


1 of 4

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Arcadia Droptail

Body Style



All-Wheel drive


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