When a new Rolls-Royce pops up on our radar, we don’t really think about racing it on a track like the Spa-Francorchamps. But the British car manufacturer decided to associate the two automotive legends by paying a lovely homage to the Belgian shrine of motorsport.
Inspired by the iconic circuit, the Rolls-Royce Wraith Spa-Francorchamps is very special – aside from the fact that it’s sportiest Rolls-Royce ever created. The famous track served as a muse for the “built to be driven” Rolls-Royce, appearing as the main motif throughout the entire car.
The Wraith’s “Flagstone” exterior is meant to replace that traditional “racing green” hue, looking more than appealing. Complemented by a Consort Red coachline, this bespoke Wraith also features the silhouette of the Spa-Francorchamps race track right on the Tan leather headrests.
Inside, light shaded upholstery was beautifully mixed with numerous carbon fiber inserts, only to reveal a race-like environment, worthy of the carmaker’s badge. The Burgundy stitching and the “Dark Spice” leather are the finishing touches on this already impressive Rolls-Royce.