Rolls-Royce has revealed that it will build a limited run of 55 of these Wraith Luminary Collection models. There are a number of firsts on this new Rolls – the debut of this car's Sunburst Grey paint, which features 'rich copper tones', the colour of the moment, illuminated wood panelling, the firm's now-familiar starry night rooflining complete with shooting stars and even a new fabric made of stainless steel.
The Wraith Luminary Collection has been designed by Rolls-Royce's Bespoke team, who meet with customers and try to find ways to accommodate their every whim into their new luxury cars.
The fancy British carmakers says that the Wraith Luminary Collection will 'light the way for the luxury trailblazer'. We see what they did there.
Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös said: 'Wraith Luminary is a stunning Collection car. It speaks directly of our contemporary Rolls-Royce brand – progressive and trailblazing; the pinnacle in hand-crafted luxury. This is a motor car that celebrates visionaries who achieve eminence in their respective fields. Indeed, this collection is for the world’s luminaries.'
The world's luminaries have the kind of eye for detail that will help them appreciate touches such as the contrasting front and rear leather seats.
Rolls-Royce says of the exterior of the Wraith Luminary Collection that 'the heady shade of the golden hour’s sunrays inspire this newly developed exterior paint, Sunburst Grey. One is met by a flat grey that enlivens when awoken by the sun, rich copper tones, emitting a deep emotive warmth. Further intrigue is added by a hand-painted Sunburst Motif coachline and hand-painted Wake Channel Lines on Wraith’s bonnet.'
Fortunately if you're rich enough to buy a limited edition Wraith you'll also be rich enough to live somewhere when you get to experience the heady shade of the golden hour's sunrays, as opposed to the UK's equivalent, which is a solid hour of rain in a flat grey that is never awoken.
The Wraith Luminary Collection is available to order now from your Rolls-Royce dealer, who you've probably got on speed dial anyway.