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Rolls-Royce Wraith ‘Inspired by Music’ edition launched in India

Rolls-Royce Wraith currently sells at INR 5.5 crores in India while this bespoke ‘Inspired by Music’ edition could sell at a premium. The copper themed Rolls-Royce Wraith receives brushed and polished exteriors while the same color scheme continues to its interiors.

Rolls Royce Wraith Inspired by Music Edition is an exclusive variant of their flagship coupe.

The dashboard is seen in a copper and black finish as are door inserts and other interior accents. The color scheme continues to the leather wrapped seats, door inserts, speaker grilles and floor mats. The Wraith ‘Inspired by Music’ edition celebrates the company’s affinity to elite clientele of the music industry with special attention to Elvis Presley and John Lennon.

Exclusively designed by a team of world renowned automotive audio engineers, the bespoke audio system on board the Rolls-Royce Wraith ‘Inspired by Music’ edition includes a music system that consists of a 1300 watt sound system with 18 channels. It sports 2 bass speakers, and 7 tweeters along with 7 mid range speakers. The system also includes exciter speakers fitted on the vehicle headliner while microphones regulate ambient and exterior sounds to adjust volume and tone settings.

The sound specialists who worked for two years on the system also had to work in close consultation with Rolls-Royce interior designers to ensure that the system worked in tune with the interiors to bring about optimum sound and clarity, thus ensuring that output is identical to the way music sounds in a live setting.

Interiors of Rolls Royce Wraith Inspired by Music Edition.

Rolls Royce has long been associated with the music world ever since Elvis Presley ordered a Rolls-Royce Phantom V in January of 1961 and John Lennon acquired a Phantom V in 1965. Rolls Royce now brings this special edition Wraith to the Indian market where it will appeal to a select set of customers.


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