Mansory’s Rolls Royce Wraith Palm Edition 999 Is Garnished In Gold

If a gold-decorated Rolls Royce Wraith is your definition of luxury and exclusivity, then the Mansory Wraith Palm Edition 999 is the automobile for you.

The German tuner claims to want to redefine the boundaries for opulent automobiles, and what better way to do it than with a Rolls Royce (the crown of the automotive world) garnished in pure gold.

Yes, all gold-decorated elements were actually artfully finished – as Mansory says – with 999 pure gold, and if that was not enough, the company can and will (upon request) gold plate all metallic parts – door handles, sill guards, radiator grille, you name it.

The Rolls’ exterior details aren’t limited to the gold accents and lavish color scheme, as Mansory created a new body-kit for the luxurious automobile, changing even the headlights to those of the Rolls Royce Dawn in the process.

The interior was revised in conjunction with Mansory’s upholstery team to purportedly outperform the luxury for which the British car manufacturer is famous for; whether Mansory outperformed Rolls Royce, remains to be debated.

The standard model’s 6.6-litre V12 is found under the hood, but the stock output of 632 PS and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque was uprated to 740 PS and 1,000 Nm (737 lb-ft) – enough to take the car from naught to 100 km/h (62mph) in 4.4 seconds, all the way to a maximum speed of 300 km/h (187mph).


  • europeon

    What is this? I was expecting gold carbon fiber. Mansory, you’re such a disappointment.

  • CarCzarDesigner

    This is not the definition of luxury and exclusivity. This is more an example of tackiness and poor taste. You want real exclusivity? Go to a coach builder like Pininfarina and have them build you a custom Rolls. Don’t waste your money on this glorified rice.

  • benT

    there is definitely SOMEONE who’s going to buy!

  • TheBelltower

    When layering-on more and more and more and more and more crap equals fancy…. there’s Mansory. What type of person would think this shit is okay?

  • Craig

    Inspired no doubt by the 1970 Chrysler 300 H [as in ‘Hurst Edition’]

    • benT

      well spotted!!

  • outbackandy

    Yea, this is what Trump would purchase.

  • fabri99

    Yeah, random LED lights, fugly bodykit and matte gold. How classy!

  • leighsydneychina

    Which just goes to show that money and good taste tend to have a canyon between…