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Rolls Royce Wraith Nautical Edition

Back in 2013 revived the name for a two-door that was smaller than its only coupe at the time, the A spiritual successor to the Camargue (1975-1986), the became the fastest and most powerful model in Rolls-Royce’s 100-year history. Sold without any updates in its first three years on the market, the Wraith has spawned a significant number of special-edition and one-off models crafted by the company’s Bespoke division. Following the release of the all-black model in March 2016, Rolls-Royce is now introducing the Wraith Nautical Edition, a model inspired by classic

Designed to capture the “streamlined power of a graceful sea vessel” and fitted with an interior that pays homage to the decking seen on classic, the Nautical Edition sports a unique exterior paint and a dashboard that’s not available on the standard model. As usual, the focus was to give it an exquisite appearance using custom paints, leather, and wood veneers rather that modify body panels and meddle with the drivetrain.

The Wraith Nautical Edition is the second yacht-inspired car Bespoke has built recently. In 2015, the customizing division launched the which features the same Arabian Blue paint, but on the engine hood, roof, and trunk lid, rather than on the side panels, which were finished in Orchid White. While the Phantom Nautica was pretty cool to look at, the Wraith Nautical does a better job at paying tribute to classic luxury yachts. Keep reading to find out why.

Continue reading to learn more about the Rolls Royce Wraith Nautical Edition.



Rolls Royce Wraith Nautical Edition

Back in 2013 revived the name for a two-door that was smaller than its only coupe at the time, the A spiritual successor to the Camargue (1975-1986), the became the fastest and most powerful model in Rolls-Royce’s 100-year history. Sold without any updates in its first three years on the market, the Wraith has spawned a significant number of special-edition and one-off models crafted by the company’s Bespoke division. Following the release of the all-black model in March 2016, Rolls-Royce is now introducing the Wraith Nautical Edition, a model inspired by classic

Designed to capture the “streamlined power of a graceful sea vessel” and fitted with an interior that pays homage to the decking seen on classic, the Nautical Edition sports a unique exterior paint and a dashboard that’s not available on the standard model. As usual, the focus was to give it an exquisite appearance using custom paints, leather, and wood veneers rather that modify body panels and meddle with the drivetrain.

The Wraith Nautical Edition is the second yacht-inspired car Bespoke has built recently. In 2015, the customizing division launched the which features the same Arabian Blue paint, but on the engine hood, roof, and trunk lid, rather than on the side panels, which were finished in Orchid White. While the Phantom Nautica was pretty cool to look at, the Wraith Nautical does a better job at paying tribute to classic luxury yachts. Keep reading to find out why.

Continue reading to learn more about the Rolls Royce Wraith Nautical Edition.


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