Cars from Rolls-Royce aren’t known to be standard. This means there is nearly none that leaves the manufactory in Goodwood with standard equipment but nearly every car gets special treatment by Bespoke. Another reason to build the luxury Grand Tourer Wraith in the limited Luminary Collection.
An exclusive paintwork in ‘Sunburst Grey’ catches the shadows of the sun during ‘Golden Hour’ quite perfect by using copper particels in the upper layers. They are contrasted by hand painted Coach Lines and new Wake Channel Lines on the bonnet as well as further accents on the wheelhubs, all painted in ‘Saddlery Tan’. At the front wings special logos interrupt the Coach Lines.
On the inside the leather in ‘Saddlery Tan’ on the front seats resembles the color of the Coach Lines. Back seats are covered in ‘Anthracite’ or ‘Seashell’ while the steering wheel shows both leather colors. It is combined with wood elements in ‘Tudor Oak’ and hand-woven stainless steel fabric at the middle tunnel and the door cards. The Starlight Headliner with 1,340 LEDs now shows eight different, coincidentally showing shooting stars. Additionally the door cards and side cards get another 176 LEDs.
All together Rolls-Royce will build only 55 cars of the Luminary Collection of the Wraith.