Rolls-Royce has taken the wraps off two bespoke models inspired by the Italian resort town of Porto Cervo, located on the coast of northern Sardinia and home to the luxury automaker's summer studio, open until September 2016. First up is the bespoke Wraith, done up in a two-tone silver exterior meant to evoke dusk, with a subtle purple feature line hinting at the distinctive interior. The cabin is upholstered with ostrich leather and finished in varying shades of purple, blue, slate and black, conveying the sense of calm that pervades nighttime Porto Cervo.
The Wraith is joined by the similarly bespoke Rolls-Royce Dawn, finished in an Emerald Green paint job inspired by the Porto Cervo seascape. The exterior aesthetic is matched with a seashell and green leather interior, with ornaments made from teak wood. The most distinctive feature, however, has to be the emeralds and mother of pearl, set in white gold and placed on the fascia of the dash, completing the "visual harmony" of the vehicle.