As if the standard Wraith wasn’t already one of the most luxurious cars money can buy, high-end British marque Rolls-Royce has decided to spice things up by installing a Bespoke Audio System which has a total power of 1,300 watts. It boasts an 18-channel setup with seven mid-range speakers, seven tweeters as well as two bass speakers and two “exciter” speakers in the headliner which all work together to provide the best audio experience ever to be implemented in a car.
The vehicle adopts a Lyrical Copper exterior paint scheme and has different speaker grilles to denote this is a more upscale version with various copper finishes while the floor mats and door panniers are made from “finely-woven” leather. Cooper inserts have also been applied onto the car’s fascia, seat bullets whereas the clock’s chaplets are made from a combination of warming cooper and silver, with the radial lines of the outer bezel imitating the look of a vinyl record for an old-school feel.
Getting back to the aforementioned Bespoke Audio System, Rolls-Royce mentions it was developed from the ground up in two years by a team of automotive audio engineers who worked closely with the company’s interior designers in order to tailor the audio system to the car’s cabin and generate what is being described as “the most exhaustively designed sound system in automotive history” creating “the most exclusive music venue.”
The Rolls-Royce Wraith Inspired by Music is a follow-up to two other special editions labeled: “Inspired by Fashion” and “Inspired by Music.” These three cars are part of the Bespoke Collections and come with special touches to further broaden the Wraith’s appeal, obviously with a matching price tag that only very few of us can afford to pay. Rolls-Royce doesn’t say how much this latest version costs, but we know for sure it’s more than the 5.50 Cr price tag of a regular Wraith. They also don’t specify how many units will actually be built, but it’s safe to assume only a few of these will be made to maintain the model’s exclusivity.