Earlier this year Rolls-Royce Motor Cars announced a series of nine remarkable Wraith ‘Inspired by British Music’ cars, created in collaboration with, and celebrating the legacy of, some of British music’s most revered rock and vocal artists.
The British music legends involved in the project were personally invited to the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, England, working in close partnership with Rolls-Royce’s design experts to conceive deeply personal expressions of their music legacies. The resulting highly Bespoke Wraith motor cars represent the ultimate collectors item for the most ardent fans of each artist and will be sold later in 2017, with Rolls-Royce donating a proportion of the value of each to charities selected by each artist, including the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Ronnie Wood - “I Feel Like Playing”
Renowned as much for his career with The Rolling Stones as his role with Faces, Ronnie Wood has commissioned a Wraith ‘Inspired by British Music’ to celebrate his solo career. Wood’s signature is stitched into the headrests, with lyrics from ‘I Gotta See’ - taken from his seventh solo studio album ‘I Feel Like Playing’ (2010) - engraved onto the copper door flights. The album’s artwork was created by Ronnie Wood himself, and he has mirrored his cover art in the embroidery adorning the leather waterfall in the rear if the car.
Rolls-Royce Edinburgh are delighted to have secured one of these “One of One” models which is offered for immediate sale including a substantial donation to Ronnie's chosen charity “Tusk”.
For more information on how to own this unique car please contact a member of our sales team at No 1 Corstorphine Road or call us on 0131 442 1000.