Rolls-Royce is taking bespoke to new heights with its all-new Wraith Luminary collection. The limited arsenal consists of just 55 cars, featuring the first-ever shooting star liner and stainless steel hand-woven fabric incorporated into the cabin, all while debuting an illuminated wooden paneling and Sunburst Grey paint.

“Wraith Luminary is a stunning Collection Car," says Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. "It speaks directly of our contemporary Rolls-Royce brand – progressive and trailblazing; the pinnacle in hand-crafted luxury. This is a motor car that celebrates visionaries who achieve eminence in their respective fields. Indeed, this collection is for the world’s luminaries.”

The Sunburst Grey paint job, inspired by the golden hour's sun rays, is complemented beautifully by rich copper tones, while a hand-painted Sunburst Motif coach line, hand-painted Wake Channel Lines on the Wraith’s bonnet, and pinstripes applied to the wheel centers further liven up the luxury vehicle.

Rolls-Royce then makes use of Tudor Oak wood, sourced from the Czech Republic, as within the Wraith it is illuminated for the first time ever. Here, 176 LED lights shine bright in a captivating pattern, reminiscent of a shooting star.

The cockpit is thus trimmed in Saddlery Tan, while the rear seating boasts contrasting Anthracite leather. Offsetting piping and stitching then provide added accents throughout.

Lastly, the Wraith's tread plates feature a 1 of 50 engraving, further signifying the bespoke design.

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