If you own a marina and would like to have an elegant ride that’s equally as picturesque, Rolls-Royce can sort that out for you. Located in the northern corner of Sardinia, Italy, is Porto Cervo; a seaside resort once frequented by the upper echelons of society.

In conjunction with the launch of these two bespoke models, Rolls-Royce will be opening the doors to their Summer Studio, where both the Wraith and Dawn will be on display. First up is the Bespoke Wraith, finished specifically in a two-tone silver meant to signify the dimming of daylight, while the cabin gets finished in a combination of black, slate, blue and purple to exude calmness as night falls. There’s also ostrich leather used selectively, further adding depth and texture to the cabin.Rolls-Royce Bespoke Porto Cervo - AutoBuzz.my

The Dawn on the other hand, has been specified to depict the vibrancy and vivid colours of the Porto Cervo seascape. If it’s not clear at this point, the Emerald Green paintwork, seashell and green leather interior and the use of open-pore teak (a type of wood) extends the nautical theme. Precious emeralds and mother pearls are meticulously crafted and set into white gold, which are then placed onto the centre dash.

In Malaysia, the Dawn was just recently introduced with a starting price of RM4 million. At the time of writing, Rolls-Royce hasn’t revealed the prices for the Bespoke duo (we’re dying to know). Alternatively, we can tell you this – rumour has it, that a young Thai chap in his 20s walked up to the Rolls-Royce stand at the Bangkok Motor Show and purchased the Dawn, there and then. Well, go figure!


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Matthew H. Tong
A straightforward, fun-loving guy who appreciates the superficiality of a car's appeal, but his admiration for anything on four wheels gives him no reason to neglect the makings of a car. He still believes that fun comes with three pedals and a stick.