Rolls Royce, renowned British car-manufacturing company is complementing its fastest and most powerful car, the Rolls Royce Wraith in its own luxurious style. The brand has introduced the Wraith Luggage Collection which consists of six stylish pieces that comprises two Grand Tourer valises, three Long Weekender bags and one Garment Carrier. The collection is designed to be housed in the luggage compartment of a Rolls Royce Wraith. Each piece of the set is carefully considered to reflect the unparalleled design aesthetics of Rolls Royce motor cars.
The collection is designed in the Rolls Royce Bespoke Design Studio and is conceived by automaker’s bespoke Designer Michael Bryden. The design team consulted with various Head Butlers from some of the world’s most well-known hotels to bring the collection to life. The handles are designed to ensure even weight distribution, so that no extra pressure is felt by the user’s hand. Also, to offer perfectly smooth and tactile finish, an invisible stitch which is also used on steering wheel of Wraith has been applied to the luggage bags. To keep the weight down and for extra durability, carbon fiber has been used for creating the collection.
The exterior of each bag is adorned with The Spirit of Ecstasy, the flying lady figurine that has graced the bonnet of each Rolls Royce motor car since 1911. The Grand Tourer comes with self-righting wheel caps which are embellished with Rolls Royce double-R emblem. The wheels are designed on a wide track to provide a high level of stability so that the bag can be transferred from the ground to the luggage compartment with ease.
To preserve and protect the quality of leather, the Wraith Luggage Collection was manufactured by talented craftsman wearing white gloves. Symbolizing the design principles of Wraith, the collection is offered in a choice of mono or a striking two-tone leather finish. Customers will also be able to customize their luggage to match the interiors of their Rolls Royce. Available from Rolls Royce dealerships, the collection is priced at hefty £24,248 ($45,854). Customers can buy individual pieces from the collection as well.
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