[Vídeo] This Rolls-Royce Wraith is real and it took three years to make: This was the process

We have seen practically everything in the world of preparations, but of course there are creations that break all the schemes. This is the case of the latest work by West Coast Customs, who probably sounds familiar to you because of the body and interior work that has been carried out on many of the singer Justin Bieber’s vehicles.

And yes, Bieber is precisely the owner of this ‘spaceship’ that started life as a Rolls-Royce Wraith. The fickle singer actually wanted to buy the Rolls-Royce 103EX that we knew as a prototype a few years ago, but since this was simply a design exercise to show the future of the brand, he had to commission the project to a specialist.

The price of such a creature is unknown, but three years of work and a change as radical as the one we can see in the video must not have been exactly cheap. The team began by scanning the exterior of the Rolls Royce to learn the exact shape of each body panel. West Coast Customs then used that information to create molds for the new body kit.

The Wraith now sports tires that hide the wheels and make the coupe appear to float on the road. There is also a new front end with a more complex design and remodeled fenders that give it a fluid look. West Coast Customs also created unique lighting, including hidden lighting along the lower edge of the body.

Inside, it’s hard to beat what Rolls-Royce does, so West Coast Customs simply tweaked the leather upholstery colors to match the exterior color. The most profound change is that of the stereo, which boasts a sliding power section in the trunk and a professional configuration.

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