Rolls-Royce recently unveiled the Wraith Luminary collection. The carmaker's bespoke department has upped the luxury quotient with the Wraith. The changes on the rapid fastback draw inspiration from the sun, new fabrics and shooting stars. We might fall short of words to explain how special this car is. Let's take a look at the stunning pictures of the model of which only 55 units will be made.
There's a posh new exterior shade finished in sunburst grey. The colour which has a flat tone otherwise, turns into a bright copper shade when exposed to direct sunlight.
A hand-painted Sunburst Motif coachline adds contrast along with hand-painted wake channel lines on the Wraith’s bonnet.
Every element has been sourced specially for this Luminary collection. This includes pinstripes on the centre caps, which are finished in saddlery tan.
The cabin is equipped with Tudor Oak wood sourced from forests in the Czech Republic. These illuminate thanks to the 176 LEDs embedded into it.
However, the main highlight is the Wraith’s headliner made up of 1,340 fibre optic lights. These are hand-woven to create a glittering night sky.
A new party trick is brought in by the Starlight headliner in the form of shooting stars. It's a representation of the trailing light of a shooting star.
The car continues to be powered by a twin-turbo 6.6-litre V-12 mill that packs 624bhp and 870Nm of torque. It’s mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.