According tomedia reports, the Wraith Kryptos series is Rolls-Royce’s latest series of models. People are fascinated by previous Rolls-Royce collections – including the Wraith Eagle VIII and Ghost Zenith – but the latest Wraith Kryptos brings something different.
“The Wraith Kryptos series is a dynamic statement,” said Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten M?ller-tv?s. Our Rolls-Royce custom team’s intelligent and creative minds once again transcended and created an extraordinary contemporary and compelling Wraith iteration. “
So what’s so special about Wraith Kryptos? “The name Kryptos originated in ancient Greece and refers to something invisible, hidden, coded and even mysterious,” says Katrin Lehmann, a custom designer at Rolls-Royce. “Cryptography is the inspiration behind this latest collection. In fact, according to Rolls-Royce, the whole car contains a intricate maze of passwords.
The British carmaker has built only 25 Wraith Kryptos, each decorated with a series of mysterious symbols. “As a designer, I’ve always been fascinated by the idea that you can use symbols, pictograms, and passwords to convey messages that only elites can understand,” adds Lehmann.
The car starts with spirit of Ecstasy decorations. There you will find details carved with green crucibles. The exterior uses Delphic Gray paint to bring anthracite background color to the car. When exposed to light, the pigment displays green and blue mica spots, which shows a mysterious hue. On both sides of the car, the car has a hand-drawn two-car line drawn with Kryptos Green and Dark Gray, respectively.
The new bumpers and custom-made partially polished wheels, as well as the colored pinstripes, give wraith Kryptos more mysterious auras. At the same time, passwords are integrated into the car, glowing pedals, grey interiors with Kryptos Green tones and embroidered headrests, which actually contain the biggest clue to deciphering the wraith Kryptos mystery.
The well-known star-studded headlines gave way to a new two-color design and mobile streaming theme that looked like The Hacker Empire.
All of this looks good, but here’s a twist: only two people know the answer to the password, and the key to unlocking the password is placed in a sealed envelope and locked in the vault of the West Essex Goodwood CEO. “I’m looking forward to our customers being able to crack the code, ” says Mr. M?ller-tv?s. “