The cabin boasts the "world's largest infinity starlight headliner."
After designing a Tesla Model S shooting brake, Dutch coachbuilder Niels van Roij Design transformed the Rolls-Royce Wraith into the stunning Spectre Shooting Brake earlier this year. Now, the Dutch coachbuilder has released new details about the exquisite coachbuilding project in a series of images and videos.
While the level of luxury offered inside the regular Rolls-Royce Wraith would suffice most people, Niels van Roij Design has taken it to the next level. Step inside the Spectre Shooting Brake, and one of the most striking design features you'll notice is the headliner. According to the coachbuilder, the Spectre Shooting Brake has the "world's largest infinity starlight headliner." In a world-first, the stars fade out towards the back, "giving the impression of a truly endless starlit sky". Impressively, the hand-woven fiber-optic strands feature nearly 2,000 lights that take dozens of hours to install and can be observed from all four seats.
Complementing the interior colors and materials is a luggage area with soft and padded leather upholstery. "All lines and volumes in the boot area are lavishly voluminous and rounded," explains company founder Van Roij. "The carefully sculpted lines and meticulously made, double-curved surfaces of the contrasting elements and storage pockets culminate at the center of the two separated rear seat backrests."
Front and rear passengers can stretch out in the spacious cabin, which features separated rear seats.
On the outside, the bespoke side glass is accentuated with satin silver trim, while the rear's sculpted detailing and lack of chrome gives the Silver Spectre Shooting Brake plenty of presence. As a homage to British coachbuilt cars, the wide and low rear glass is set deeply into the bodywork, and the protruding trunk lid replicates English limousines from the 1950s and 1960s. Only seven examples of the Silver Spectre Shooting Brake are being built.
Each example will be individually designed with unique color schemes and materials for the interior and exterior, one-off singular or two-tone exterior paints and pinstripes applied to the body by hand, polished woods on the dashboard, and doors, headrest embroidery, personalized tread plates and color-matched leather or silk upholstery.
Each example also comes with an exclusive tailor-made option ranging from a picnic hamper featuring the same veneers as the dashboard, a luggage set matching the upholstery and an exclusive timepiece in car-coordinated materials. Under the hood, the coachbuilder has extracted 700 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque from the Wraith's 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12, up from 700 hp and 605 lb-ft.
Pricing is only available on request, but this bespoke shooting brake won't be cheap considering the standard Rolls-Royce Wraith starts at $330,000