Wraith Inspired By British Music
Rolls-Royce collaborates with British music legends for series of bespoke models
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is pleased to announce a series of nine remarkable Wraith ‘inspired by British Music' cars, created in partnership with some of British music's most revered rock and vocal artists. This was made public on 29 March 2017.
The first four cars were unveiled at the Sanderson Hotel in Fitzroia, London by the artists who created them in partnership with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars: The Who frontman Roger Daltrey CBE, Sir Ray Davies of The Kinks, and Giles Martin, son of songwriter and producer Sir George Martin and a world-renowned producer and songwriter in his own right.
Each of these music legends were personally invited to the Home of RollsRoyce in Goodwood, England to work in close partnership with Rolls-Royce's design experts to conceive a deep impression and expression of their music legacies. These highly bespoke Wraith motorcars will represent the ultimate collectors' items for most of the ardent fans (of each artist), and will be sold later this year with a portion of the profits donated to the charities of choice picked by the artists.
Highly creative features including a representation of seminal The Who album ‘Tommy's' famous cover-art adorned to a bonnet, Sir George Martin's number one records embroidered into Wraith's signature waterfall and door-flights engraved with hand-written lyrics and quotes, all serve to beautifully illustrate the musical legacies of the greatest names in British popular music.