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Rolls-Royce SRH Is the Most Lovable Roller Ever!

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Even though they are extremely classy and just magnificent to behold, there is no denying that all Rolls-Royce cars come with a whiff of snobbery which makes them rather unlikable – unless, well, you are a snob yourself. But now they have come up with a new model called Rolls-Royce SRH and it is so adorable in its proportions, and purpose, that it improves the image to the whole brand. 

The Rolls-Royce SRH (St Richard’s Hospital) is a special creation for special customers, namely children awaiting surgery at the hospital’s pediatric unit. The new Roller enables the children to “drive themselves to the operating theatre, through the Pediatric Unit corridors which are lined with ‘traffic signs’.” The goal of the experience: to reduce child patient stress.

To accomplish that the Goodwood company has made every effort to make sure Rolls-Royce SRH is one the par with the real production model, at least in terms of luxury. Powertrain-wise, the vehicle has a small electric motor that gives it a top speed of 10 mph, downgrdable to 4, presumably for a smooth post-surgery cruise. Among the highlights there is a two-tone paint-scheme of Andalusian White and Salamanca Blue and finished with a hand-applied St James Red coachline, two-tone steering wheel, seats and self-righting wheel centres perfectly colour-matched to the St James Red coachline.


“We are a proud member of the community here in West Sussex. The Pediatric Unit at St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester does such vital work in providing essential care to young people and their families,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “We hope that the Rolls?Royce SRH will serve to make the experience for young people during treatment a little less stressful.”


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