Rolls-Royce's bespoke division has elaborated another special project, the Wraith - History of Rugby.
As the name implies, the one-off Wraith coupe has been created to celebrate the sport's history and its reveal coincides with the ongoing world cup organized in UK. The vehicle wears an English White paint scheme as homage to the white rugby shirt worn at the Rugby School founded in Warwickshire back in 1567 and also by the current England rugby team. The company's Bespoke Design Studio in Goodwood has also applied a red rose motif on the hand-applied deep green coachline while the 21-inch five twin-spoke alloys round off the exterior tweaks.
Stepping inside the cabin, it adopts a Seashell theme contrasted with Navy Blue and all of the headrests feature an embroidered red rose along with a Hotspur Red look on the dashboard accent panel, door pining and on the seats as well. Rolls-Royce's experts used a Piano Black veneer for the dashboard and the center panel which is inlaid with the English rose.
The Wraith - History of Rugby will remain a one-off featuring only cosmetic tweaks, so underneath the elegant long hood resides the same 6.6-liter V12 twin-turbo engine from the standard Wraith pushing out 632 PS (465 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft).
Source: Rolls-Royce celebrates History of Rugby with special Wraith