Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is pleased to announce a series of nine remarkable Wraith that is completely ‘Inspired by British Music’. All the models of the cars, created in group effort with collaboration of their music legacy. Some of the great British music’s artist of illustrious rock and vocal artists including Roger Daltrey CBE, Dame Shirley Bassey, Sir Ray Davies, Ronnie Wood.
These Rolls-Royce series have been unveiled for the first time at the Sanderson Hotel in London by the artists who created them in partnership with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. These highly Bespoke Wraith motor cars will be sold later in 2017, with Rolls-Royce donating a proportion of the value of each to charities selected by each artist.
Let’s check these highly inspired Rolls-Royce models-
Rolls-Royce – The Who by Roger Daltrey CBE– The frontman, Roger Daltrey CBE has created two cars for the project. The first is inspired by own personal music collection “the Who’s history”. And the second has been twisted in collaboration with Mike McInnerney. The artist had made major hit for the album -The Who’s seminal 1969 album ‘Tommy’.
Rolls-Royce – The Kinks -Sir Ray Davies – He has given his tribute to The Kinks, one of the famous British rock bands including his personal legacy.
Rolls-Royce –‘the fifth Beatle’ – Giles Martin created a tribute to his father, Sir George Martin, the famous record producer who was dubbed ‘the fifth Beatle’ by Sir Paul McCartney.
Rolls-Royce –Dame Shirley Bassey – rejoices his musical journey with one of the most popular female vocalists of all time, with a Wraith ‘Inspired by British Music’, marking her glittering career over six decades.
Rolls-Royce – Status Quo – With the collaboration with Francis Rossi OBE – lead singer and lead guitarist of Status Quo. He celebrates his five decades of music from the revered British rock band.
Ronnie Wood- ‘Inspired by British Music’ to celebrate his solo career.
All these artists have shared their personal music and created these cars with their remarkable journey. These highly collectable cars by Rolls-Royce will be sold at auction later in the year.