British entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael Fux, who is a huge car nut and owns a vast collection of rare exotica including Ferrari Enzo and FXX and a green McLaren P1, took advantage of Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke program to commission a one of a kind Wraith. It’s green. Very green. Too green!
Fux’s bespoke green Rolls-Royce Wraith reflects his taste in colors and complements his green P1 nicely. But we have to be honest it is not a very pleasant thing to look at. The exterior features a two-tone lime green and light beige, which is fair enough. But the problem is the interior, which is all-green save a few knobs and button. The seats, headliner, door panels, floor, dashboard, even the wood trims, they are all finished in this unique shade of green.
This green Rolls-Royce Wraith is certainly very unusual, but its owner likes it and he doesn’t really care what people think about it. We respect that. And anyway, it’s not like it’s pink!
Rolls-Royce has not revealed if Mr. Fux’s Wraith is bespoke in other areas other than the styling. So the rest of the car must be stock, which means it has a 630 horsepower V12 engine and a satellite-guided automatic transmission which reads the road ahead and chooses the suitable gear for it.