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This limited edition, reimagined pool table is exclusively for Rolls-Royce customers

11 Ravens offers a Stealth line pool table for their customers and an exclusive model for Rolls-Royce customers.

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The Stealth R11 isn't your average pool table. It's a special edition premium gaming table available just to Rolls-Royce customers via the brand's new Whispers app.

Designed by 11 Ravens, the Stealth R11 pool table has been the brand's top seller among A-listers for the past three years. Its design is influenced by the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit (also known as the Stealth Bomber) and projects a bold and assured stance, not unlike a Rolls-Royce vehicle.

11 Raves Stealth R11 pool table The Stealth 11 pool table sells for $250,000.Photo courtesy of 11 Ravens

It features a premium-grade aluminum frame, black-tinted lucite panels. Swarovski crystals surrounding the rails and LED lights illuminate the Stealth's unique shape.

Modern Rolls-Royce cars feature similar features. They are built on new aluminum architecture and lights illuminate the available Starlight headliner in models the world over, replicating the night's sky.

The table is packaged with custom balls and cue sticks as well as a ping pong and dining conversion.

"I've been wanting to revisit this very popular table for some time now. To be able to offer such a striking collection to Rolls-Royce owners exclusively made the design process just that much more exciting," said Michael Zaretsky, owner, 11 Ravens.

As a limited release of only 5 tables, the Stealth R11 was made exclusively for purchase by Whispers app users for $250,000.

When it launched in full earlier this year, Rolls-Royce described the Whispers app as, "An ever-changing collection of beguiling products has been curated to surprise, delight and intrigue." From bespoke products and experiences to private performances and art commissions, the app delivers it all - for a price.

Only new Rolls-Royce customers are invited to join the app, which is free for its clientele to use.

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Canoosa Events is organizing luxury multi-day road rallies.

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Canossa Events, a European luxury automotive touring provider, expanded to North America last year. This year, the company is launching several private, small group excursions on the East and West Coast of the U.S.

Beginning this autumn, guests of the tours will indulge in picturesque drives, one-of-a-kind gastronomy experiences, and luxury accommodations all curated with an eye toward beauty, elegance, taste and personalized service.

Highway 1 near Big Sur California's Highway 1 is a world famous grand touring destination. Photo by Getty Images

"We have longed to bring Canossa's version of la dolce vita to North America," says Canossa's Founder, Luigi Orlandini. "And in this current climate, we have the opportunity to deliver our experiences to our fans who are unable to leave North America. With Canossa Events North America, we will safely celebrate the freedom to drive, indulge in culinary delights, and soak in the beautiful sceneries among old and new friends."

The white glove service extends to the entire event and includes strict safety and social distancing guileless to "deliver a carefree and pleasant experience for guests".

Canossa Events North America is currently accepting reservations for its Fall Rallye New England, and will soon announce additional excursions, including:

  • Grand Tour of California - This excursion will highlight the coastal byways, wine country and farm-to-fork culture of California's Central Coast.
  • Rallye of Enchantment - Attendees will xplore some of America's most iconic landscapes of New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona and Utah.

The Fall Rallye lasts four days and three nights. It's limited to 25 cars and comes with a $9,900 price tag that is based on double occupancy. The event includes nights at New England's heralded Cliff House Maine hotel.

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Jeep has begun teasing its newest three-row SUVs.

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The Jeep Grand Wagoneer. It's wood-paneled sides, cavernous interior, go-anywhere capability. It was the bee's knees. Now those vintage models are a collector's item. Soon, it will be reborn.

A new teaser from Jeep simply states, "Grand" and the definition "magnificent or striking in appearance, size, or style". While AutomotiveMap is pretty sure that the teaser is for the return of the Grand Wagoneer, Jeep also has a redo of the Grand Cherokee and a few other things in its sights. Perhaps this is a BOGO (or three or four) teaser.

A Jeep product presentation for investors earlier this year detailed the forthcoming model rollout, including modifications to the plan due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It states that a new three-row Jeep E-Segment model is coming in the first quarter of 2021. Separately it lists the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer as coming in the second quarter of 2021 followed by the next-generation Grand Cherokee.

All the models are scheduled to have some level of electrification (product plans say PHEV, which would be on-par with the new PHEV Compass, Renegade, and Wrangler offerings) as well as an advanced level of autonomy (don't expect anything too revolutionary here) and connectivity.

The new Wagoneer full-size SUV that Jeep is debuting is expected to compete directly with the Chevrolet Suburban. The Suburban was redesigned for the 2021 model year and, in addition to a bevy of tech updates, the model has significantly expanded its third-row legroom.

Product plants show that the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are different vehicles. Not much is known for sure about the two models, but rumors are rampant. One that seems to have sticking power is that the Grand Wagoneer will have finer appointments than the Wagoneer, which could be designed to be more off-road-ready.

The Grand Cherokee is going to be a two-row SUV built on the same platform as the Alfa Romeo Stelvio.

The most mysterious model is the three-row E-Segment model that Jeep has said is coming. E-Segment models are typically large, showy flagships - sometimes large cars, but other times wagons. Jeep has also said that an electrified version of the Wrangler is on the way. Does A +B = C? Only time will tell.

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