/Official: Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby

Official: Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby

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So after releasing models inspired by Film, Fashion, Oud, and Music, Rolls-Royce now turns to sports and picks rugby as the inspiration for the next Bespoke model. It’s not just inspiration. As the name Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby suggests, they have immersed themselves in this world.

Designed by the firm’s Bespoke Design Studio in Goodwood, England, Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby celebrates “England’s fundamental attachment” to rugby boasting fine details inspired by the quintessentially English sport.

As such, the only choice for the exterior color of Rolls-Royce Wraith History of Rugby was English White, which is the color worn by the England rugby team. There is the famous red rose emblem, a symbol of the sport since 1871, featured on the car’s bespoke door sills. This special Wraith also features a hand-applied coachline in deep green, featuring an English rose motif in red. 21” five twin-spoke alloy wheels.

Inside the cabin the Hotspur Red continues to have a prominent presence, showing up on the dashboard accent panel, seat and door piping. It is complemented with Piano Black veneer and Seashell contrasted with Navy Blue.

James Crichton, Regional Director, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Europe, commented, “This truly unique Wraith emphasises vision and individuality, inspired by the role it plays within a team. While the game of rugby may have been inspired by the act of one individual, it is one of the world’s most popular team sports. In a similar vein, this one car represents the efforts of the team of engineers and craftspeople working at the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, producing the most individual motor cars in the world.”

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