Futuristic cars are a must-have prototype, or at least, a concept, for every automaker company that has high self-respect. And the latest Rolls-Royce Wraith, inspired by the 103EX Concept appears to be floating, making you believe that the Fifth Element’s world of floating cars is so near.
Once again, it all started with a demand a dream – Justin Bieber’s kind desire to buy a car. When we talk about a prototype, there are zero chances of driving it down the road and impressing the pedestrians or other drivers. Actually, it was the all-electric Rolls-Royce 103EX concept unveiled in 2016, caught Justin Bieber’s interest, but the automaker decided not to spend time on bringing the concept to life.
When the West Coast Customers received Justin Bieber’s request, after several mediations with the British automaker, they didn’t simply give up on the negative answer. Rising up to their reputation, they thought that if there is no such a car on the market, let’s make one. A drivable one. And looking at the result, it was obviously, worth every minute invested.
Here comes the best part. When you are a team that designs a car inspired by another concept, you can do almost whatever you want. First of all, the West Coast customs shortened the model by 8-inches and widened it by 12-inches. After the bespoke body panels were created, the bodywork experts perfected the shape and came with a final combination of gloss silver and matte grey color.
Let’s not forget the wheels, since they’re the WOW element of the car. The side view gives a floating sensation when it passes. A tremendous job was done for the interior also, delivering customized interior and a JL Audio stereo system. Watch the video below to see the entire process of creating Justin Bieber’s Rolls-Royce Wraith.