There has been a glut of bespoke Rolls-Royces in the last few weeks such as the Wraith Regatta with a decadent wood trim and the Beverly Hills Edition Drophead Phantom Coupe which looked like it had been out in the sun for too long. Joining these - and the Wraith that Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown dressed up - is this Wraith painted in a Golden Yellow paintjob, and it sure looks fetching. With Rolls-Royce Bespoke, it seems anything is possible.
Now, in spite of Rolls-Royce saying all of its models are bespoke, it continues to reveal er, more bespoke models such as this. The team at Goodwood gave the bonnet and roof a brushed aluminium finish and it contrasts rather well with the yellow body and overall it manages to retain its elegant and classy stature. Completing the package is a set of two-tone seven-spoke wheels in glossy black with subtle grey accents and they look great while the cabin gets more of that Golden Yellow hue for details like the double R badge on the headrests, the seats and the dash trims. Another big highlight of the Golden Yellow Wraith is the Starlight Headliner which looks mighty impressive.
As for the 6.6-litre V12, it is ‘adequate’ as Rolls would say but if owners want power from the biturbo there is no shortage of tuners out there who can help.