Rolls-Royce introduces one-off Wraith Inspired by Music

The custom-built Rolls is fitted with one of the most advanced audio systems in the auto industry.

Rolls-Royce has introduced a one-off Wraith called Inspired by Music.

Inside, the one-of-one Rolls comes with copper speaker grilles engraved with the words "Bespoke Audio," floor mats crafted from finely-woven leather as well as copper accents on the dashboard, the center console and even on the clock.

As its name loosely implies, the Inspired by Music is fitted with one of the most advanced audio systems in the auto industry. Developed specifically for the Wraith over a two-year period, the 1,300-watt, 18-channel setup caters to audiophiles with two bass speakers, seven tweeters, seven mid-range speaker and two "exciter" speakers built into the headliner.

Sparing no expense, Rolls has even installed tiny microphones that monitor ambient and exterior noise and automatically turn the volume up if they detect an increase in road or cabin noise.

Outside, the Wraith Inspired by Music is largely stock save for a Lyrical Copper paint job that blends brushed and polished textures.

Similarly, Rolls-Royce has not made any mechanical modifications under the hood, and power comes from a twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine that sends 624 horsepower and 590 lb-ft. of torque to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Rolls-Royce has not revealed what the future holds for the one-off Wraith.

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