Dutch based automotive designer’s firm Niels van Roij‘s latest project transforms the Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe into an elegant shooting brake, dubbed by the company as the Silver Spectre.
The Silver Spectre its brand new sculptural custom-bodied from the A-pillars rearward. The roof is constructed from a single piece of carbon-fiber composite. All new interior panels, and upholstery that melds seamlessly into Rolls-Royce design. From separated rear seats and soft-padded leather upholstery to lambswool floor mats, the entire cabin has been designed with luxurious comfort in mind, an experience further complemented by the world’s largest Infinity Starlight Headliner, hand-made with more than 2,000 glimmering lights.
The Wraith’s twin-turbo 6.6-liter V12 engine carries over, but has been upgraded to produce 690 hp (515 kW / 700 PS) and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque.
Niels van Roij will only produce seven Silver Spectres, each one customized to the buyer’s specifications. On the outside, the model can be equipped with a single or two-tone paint job as well as pinstripes applied by hand. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.