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Rolls-Royce's latest Wraith features a roof with shooting stars

It is the first car with a shooting star headliner.
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Rolls-Royce Wraith Luminary Edition

One of the most recognizable trademarks of modern-day Rolls-Royces is that incredible array of fiber optic stars in the headliner. For their new Wraith Luminary Collection, Rolls has taken it to the next level with a headliner that combines the LED constellation with shooting stars. The 1,340 fiber optic lights are handwoven, takes 20 hours to set up, and has eight stars that are shooting at random over the front seats. 

The car also features a new Sunburst Grey paint with a hand-painted Sunburst Motif coachline, hand-painted Wake Channel Lines on the hood, and pinstriping on the wheels. Another incredible detail is the hand-woven stainless steel fabric that is featured throughout the cabin and is complemented by Tudor Oak wood and Saddlery Tan leather.

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