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Bespoke Rolls-Royce Dawn and Wraith Inspired by Porto Cervo

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Porto Cervo resort in Sardinia is a special place for Rolls-Royce as it is the location of their Summer Studio, where they have created some of their most exquisite models. Now they have come up with two more including of a jewel-encrusted Rolls-Royce Dawn and a highly bespoke Wraith.

The emerald embellished Rolls-Royce Dawn pays homage to Porto Cervo with an emerald green exterior and seashell and green leather interior, open-pore teak as well as boot floor, and the biggest highlight of all, the precious emeralds and mother of pearl et into white gold and presented on the fascia. This thing seems more fit for an Indian Maharaja or a Persian King, but RR pitches it as ultimate embodiment of the Mediterranean glamour.

As for the bespoke Rolls-Royce Wraith inspired by Porto Cervo, it’s an overall classier proposition with two-tone silver exterior that represent the dusk. The whole car in fact has a dark, sunset-y kind of mood with purple interior, illuminated Spirit of Ecstasy lady, and a twilight theme created by using shades of blue, purple, slate and black. You also find plenty of ostrich leather accents in there.


Isobel Dando, General Manager, Future Retail, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, commented, “Patrons of our marque delight in inhabiting some of the world’s most beautiful enclaves. Sardinia, and its stunning Costa Smerelda, serves as the perfect backdrop for Rolls-Royce to host these patrons of true luxury in an intimate setting; The Rolls-Royce Summer Studio. The stunning Bespoke Wraith and emerald embellished Dawn, inspired by the sights and colours of Porto Cervo, have been commissioned in the spirit that so many of our customers delight in.”

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