Limited to 50-units worldwide, the 2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith Kryptos Collection draws inspiration from cryptography, as it incorporates a labyrinth of complex ciphers into its luxurious façade. The cryptographic design begins with the Spirit of Ecstasy, which sports an engraving with green enamel on the base of the figurine. On the outside, a solid Anthracite base color conceals a special effect that can only be in sunlight, which are the blue and green mica flakes.
Inside, there’s a dual-colored headliner showing an in-motion data-stream inspired motif rather than the typical starlight design, while illuminated door pockets seamlessly blend in with the Rolls-Royce woven leather and Kryptos Green threads. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability, but it will most certainly be considerably more expensive than the $330,000 USD 2020 Rolls-Royce Wraith base model.
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The name Kryptos is derived from Ancient Greek, referring to something unseen, hidden and coded, mythical even. Ciphers can be traced through millennia, capturing the imagination of some of the world’s most brilliant minds. As a designer, I’ve always been fascinated by the notion that you can communicate messages that are understood by only an elite few, using symbols, pictograms, and ciphers. Finding the key becomes integral to appreciating the full meaning of an item that can otherwise be viewed simply as a work of art,” said Rolls-Royce Bespoke Designer, Katrin Lehmann.