Rolls-Royce Wraith

New Rolls-Royce ‘Wraith Luminary Collection’ with Shooting Star Headliner

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Rolls-Royce’s new ‘Wraith Luminary Collection’ was designed for “those who lead where others follow.” In fact, the word “luminary” means “a person who inspires or influences others, especially one prominent in a particular sphere.” If you take one look at this new collection you’ll see what Rolls-Royce is talking about.

This Wraith’s exterior is finished in a new paint called Sunburst grey. Its flat grey color incorporates copper tones, giving it the appearance of a sunset that is always shining on the car. Adding to this imagery is a hand-painted Sunburst Motif coachline and hand-painted Wake Channel Lines on the hood.

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Inside is a cabin that features Tudor Oak wood, which was selected specifically for its depth of color and density of grain. But it doesn’t stop with just the wood’s beautiful looks, as Rolls-Royce has illuminated this wood with 176 LEDs. These lights form what looks like the trailing light of a shooting star, which can be activated by the touch of a button.

Of course, the starlight headliner we’re so accustomed to in Rolls-Royces is also included. But, again, Rolls-Royce went above and beyond and have included shooting stars into the constellations in the starlight headliner.

Only 55 examples will be built in the Rolls-Royce ‘Wraith Luminary Collection’. A price has not been given as of yet.