Rolls-Royce Introduces Wraith 2020 in Kryptos Exclusive VersionJuly 8, 2020
The British premium brand has announced the Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe in the exclusive version of Kryptos. In total, 50 copies of the news will be built.
There is no doubt that Rolls-Royce is one of the automakers that offers its customers the widest range of personalization options for their future cars. In fact, the British manufacturer takes this service to a new level, selling limited-edition cars. For example, Rolls-Royce introduced another collection model from the Wraith family.
Joining the Adamas collection and the Luminary collection, the new Wraith Kryptos collection draws inspiration from the art of writing and decoding codes.
More specifically, the carmaker’s designers drew inspiration from the Cryptos sculpture at the US Central Intelligence Agency and developed their own code, “codifying a journey that few can take.”
The cipher is best seen on the dashboard, where it covers most of the central sections and disappears in the direction from the passenger to the driver. The hidden text is engraved on a dark matte metal base and is best viewed from the position of the driver.
Another equally impressive cipher was built into the ceiling due to the two-color arrangement of the “star ceiling”. There is a dynamic lighting function that directs light from the front to the rear of the ceiling sheathing. A similar encryption topic can also be seen on the front head restraints.
Rolls-Royce briefly mentions that a total of 50 copies of the Wraith Kryptos collector’s coupe will be produced without going into details about the pricing of the new product.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that this Rolls-Royce convertible was designed by an 8-year-old artist. The British brand held a competition among young artists under the age of 16 years. In total, 5,000 children from more than 80 countries took part in the competition. Results will be published in mid-July.
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