The Rolls Royce Wraith is every bit a stunning looking uber-luxury Coupe from the house of iconic British luxury car manufacturer. While the coupe looks good in every possible color, it looks like the Rolls-Royce Bespoke customization division still wasn't fully happy with the existing set of colors. And their latest creation looks every bit desirable in the bespoke golden-yellow shade.
The newest creation from the Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke customization, which is always busy making special versions of the brand’s opulent models, has teamed up give a fun angle to the mean-sounding Wraith. The Wraith coupe now wears a Golden-Yellow shade with a wide stripe of Pewter Grey shade running throughout the centre of the car.
To enhance the vibrant color of the Wraith, the crew at Bespoke kept the rest of the body trimming subdued. This has popped out the golden-yellow color even more and it looks even brighter. For instance, the coupe rides on gloss black wheels, and the door pulls and window trim are made with the same lined shined finish.
And it's not only the exteriors that get the shiny yellow shade, but the interiors also get the same color motif inside. Both seats and dashboard get few portions of the Golden Yellow color. The leather upholstery on the seats and the gloss black interior give an added contrast to the bright yellow shade. Although, the HVAC vents get the brushed metal elements, apart from few other areas. The starry roof is the Roll-Royce's trademark fiber-optic zone.
As with the most of the one-off models, the Wraith golden-yellow made by Bespoke is only a visual treat and gets no mechanical change. The Wraith's powertrain is a biturbo 6.6-litre V12 grunty unit, which is massive enough. But if you want something more powerful, there are a plenty of tuners willing to help. A company called SPOFEC can push the output to 717 hp and 986 Nm of torque.
The numbers are enough to push the car from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 4.2 seconds – 0.2 seconds quicker than the stock one, while the top speed remains at 250 kmph. The tuning firm will also add other performance goodies like the re-tuned suspension arms, and the carbon-ceramic brakes can reduce whole 38 kilograms off the big vehicle.
But this is not the first time the Bespoke division has done something ostentatious with the coupe. For instance, the division even made a mint green Wraith back in 2014, and an independent tuner Office-K plastered the coupe in Gold, back in 2015. This golden-yellow one, is the most decent of the three!
Source - BMW Blog