Rolls-Royce SRH Brings Back The Childhood Years
This might be a new trend right now, as many automakers are trying to put a smile on your children’s faces by releasing kid-sized versions of their beautiful cars. But this story is a little bit different. The Rolls-Royce SRH has been actually imagined to bring at least one smile to the children and staff at St Richard’s Hospital Pediatric Day Surgery Unit.
This little car will be driven by the young ones awaiting surgery around the corridors of the Pediatric Unit of the hospital. And what’s even interesting is that kids will be required to follow the traffic signs posted in the halls to the operation theater. Obviously, the aim of this project was to reduce stress in children awaiting surgery – pretty cool, right?
Created by the automaker’s Bespoke Manufacturing team, the Rolls-Royce SRH features a lovely two-tone exterior, blending Andalusian White and Salamanca Blue, with the entire picture being finished off by a hand-applied St James Red coachline.
The ‘interior’ boasts a two-tone steering wheel, cozy seats and self-righting wheel color-matched to the St James Red coachline. You shouldn’t worry about safety too much, since the top speed was registered at just 10 mph with an 24V gel battery handling the power.
It’s fun to see the amazing skills and technology available for the company’s Bespoke Manufacturing Team being put to good use, while giving back to the local community. We don’t know yet if the Rolls-Royce SRH would be available for purchase as well, but you could always find out more details straight from the British luxury automaker.