In a photo album published on their Facebook page yesterday, Dec. 4, Rolls-Royce showed off a bespoke Wraith. This example features was commissioned by a customer who wanted “Arabic motifs and dramatic Canadel panelling in Macassar Ebony.”
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The exterior has been painted in a two-tone finish featuring gold and black. This color scheme was chosen to mirror the colors of Kaaba, the building at the center of Islam’s most sacred mosque, Al-Masjid al-Haram, located in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Along the outside and inside the cabin, Arabic motifs can be found either stitched or painted onto the car’s.
Check out the images below to see the great custimization work Rolls-Royce did on this one-off Wraith.
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(Source: Rolls-Royce / Facebook)
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