Designed for and inspired by the yacht lovers of Sardinia.
Before they go on display at this month's Frankfurt Motor Show, Rolls-Royce has revealed one out three special edition Wraith coupes. Called the Wraith Porto Cervo, it's named for a town along the world-famous yachting destination of Costa Smeralda, Sardinia. The Crevo features nautical influences that will make three lucky owners feel right at home even when they aren't onboard their luxury yachts. The Cervo's special features are mostly cosmetic, starting with its Azurite Blue exterior and Arctic White and Navy Blue interior colors.
Designed by the Rolls-Royce Summer Studio, the car's cabin features a navy Promenade du Port emblem embroidered into the headrests, in addition to yacht-inspired Royal Walnut Canadel paneling and full natural grain leather. Like all Wraiths, the three units of this special edition will arrive with the company's 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V12, which offers 624 hp and nearly 600 lb-ft of torque and can sprint from 0-62 in just 4.4 seconds. The engine is mated to a RWD configuration through an 8-speed automatic transmission. Is Rolls Royce just killing time before it reveals the Dawn convertible? Possibly, but it looks like its designers are still capable of some beautiful, creative time fillers.