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Rolls-Royce Wraith Police Car Rendered as The Lavish Arm Of The Law

Every now and then, a special police car shows up, populating the generous garage that is our mind. And the time has once again come to show you such a law enforcement machine, this time with a Spirit of Ecstasy twist. And yes, this is just a rendering.
Rolls-Royce Wraith Police Car Render 1 photo
We're talking about a Rolls-Royce Wraith, one that has been turned into a pursuit machine. The transformation comes from digital art label Rain Prisk, which has gifted the lavish automobile with more than just the red and blue lights.

To be more specific, the aero side of this RR has been updated. We're talking about fat fenders, which accommodate a wheel and tire combo that will float many aftermarket aficionados' boat.

Then there's the front splitter - as if such a contraption needed to wear any symbol that says "I mean business", such an aero element plays this role.

The custom treatment seen here actually reminds us of Jon Olsson's tuned Rolls-Royce Wraith, which has to be the most extreme Goodwood machine we've ever seen - the machine uses the George nickname.

Truth be told, the Wraith wearing the police uniform isn't all that far from the real world. We are, of course, talking about the Rolls-Royce Ghost police car we showed you earlier this summer.

Alas, the thing wasn't an actual law enforcement vehicles. While the police livery Roller came from Goodwood itself, it was all a move aimed at raising funds for children hospice Chestnut Tree House.

Once the fundraising was over, the Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge lost its Sussex Police livery and light bar, returning to its original condition.

So no, criminals can't dream about that lavish trip to the station just yet. Heck, we imagine that an actual Rolls-Royce police car would have specific rear seat features, so remember kids - crime does not pay.

 
 
 
 
 

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