A couple of months in the past, Rolls-Royce introduced a special version variation of the Wraith, termed the Kryptos Edition. The vehicle features a series of coded messages, etched into its bodywork and inside, which the firm hoped its buyers could clear up – but none of the car’s 50 customers have but properly cracked the riddle.
To aid its purchasers along, Rolls-Royce has uncovered the reply to the code scribed on to the Wraith’s exceptional Spirit of Ecstasy emblem. It conceals the word “Kryptos” in coded cipher – and Rolls-Royce hopes that, by revealing these 7 letters, it will aid customers unravel the rest of the Wraith’s secrets.
Along with this uniquely engraved bonnet mascot, the Wraith Kryptos Edition’s exterior features a tweaked front bumper and a exceptional paint plan with an enigmatic metallic complete and a coded coachline.
The inside is a lot the exact tale. The car’s treadplates characteristic a exceptional coded structure, as does the upholstery, fascia complete and door pockets. The headlining is also adorned in a special two-tone information-stream-design sample, even though the embroidery on both equally the headrests and transmission tunnel supposedly bear areas of the coded information.
From what we can glean from the British brand’s meandering press material, the customer who solves the cryptographic conundrum will be granted some sort of reward. At this time, only two persons in the world know the reply to the car’s code – Rolls Royce Bespoke designer Katrin Lehmann and company’s CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös.
Seemingly, the reply has been put in a sealed envelope and locked in the CEO’s workplace at the brand’s headquarters in Goodwood, West Sussex. Purchasers can submit their tries to crack the code to Rolls-Royce via a dedicated smartphone application.
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