The Rolls-Royce Collection Car is a poetic representation of art and skills, envisioned by skilled designers. Incorporating only the finest materials and the latest applications, the Rolls-Royce collection car has creative passion and technical accuracy.
In the new "Wraith Cryptos Collection", one designer's passion for encryption led Wraith to a complex and secretive design. Producing only 50 units, the Wraith Cryptos Collection incorporates a complex cryptographic maze into its fascinating facade.
Codes are embedded everywhere in this car, leading passengers to a journey of discovery and plot. For those who are completely unaware of the ciphers, those ciphers may also look like designs to make a car attractive. But for those who are familiar with cryptography and who hold the key, it will be a fun adventure.
The embedded code is confidential and only the designer and CEO know the correct answer. Clients can submit their derived answers through Rolls-Royce application Whispers.
The cryptanalysis journey begins with the spirit ecstasy of the hood. It has green enamel details and the base is engraved with a code. The code is also engraved on the dashboard and headliner, giving the car a unique atmosphere. In addition, the exterior colors of the Wraith Cryptos collection show blue and green mica flakes only in sunlight. This effect makes handcrafting possible in two steps. The upper layer is painted with the newly created Cryptos Green, and the lower layer is a dark gray that acts as a shadow.
Rolls-Royce bespoke designer Katrin Lehmann commented: The name "Cryptos" comes from ancient Greek and means invisible, hidden, coded, mythical. The code can be traced for thousands of years, As a designer, I've always been fascinated by the notion of using symbols, pictograms, and cryptography to communicate messages that only a few elites can understand.”
"At first glance, the Wraith Cryptos Collection is a statement of dynamism," says Torsten Müller-Ötvös, CEO of Rolls-Royce Motorcars. I'm looking forward to seeing someone buying the code out there!"