Rolls-Royce Silver Specter station wagon put up for sale

Rolls-Royce Silver Specter station wagon put up for sale

September 25, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

In total, seven such machines will be built.

Dutch luxury car dealer Classic Youngtimers Consultancy has put up for sale a three-door Rolls-Royce Silver Specter Shooting Brake, based on the Wraith coupe. The company is ready to provide the price of a unique machine only upon request.

The Rolls-Royce Silver Specter Shooting Brake was designed by London-based Niels van Roij Design, and the car was built by the coachbuilder Carat Duchatelet. According to the authors, the new model is styled after classic British cars of the 1930s, but at the same time it is equipped with the most modern technologies.

The Shooting Break for sale is the first piece of a limited edition of seven cars. The Silver Specter’s two-tone body is partially made of carbon fiber. In particular, an elongated roof is made of composite material, which smoothly flows into the tailgate.

The exclusive trim continues into the interior. The main feature of the interior is a real starry sky on the ceiling, made of fiber optic light guides. As conceived by the creators, the brightness of the “stars” will become dimmer closer to the back of the ceiling, thereby creating the illusion of an endless sky. In addition, the interior of the car is made of three-color genuine leather, which is used for the seats, door inserts, as well as the dashboard and luggage compartment.

Under the hood of the station wagon is a 6.6-liter V12 with two turbines. The output of the power plant is 700 horsepower (900 Nm). In total, the Dutch atelier will assemble seven exclusive cars, each of which will differ in individual design and various accessories. Model prices are available exclusively upon request.

The Classic Youngtimers Consultancy portfolio also has its own unique creations. For example, the company put up for sale three unusual cars: Bentley Continentl GT converted into crossovers, Nissan GT-R and Lamborghini Gallardo.