Are you disgustingly rich? Do you love your luxury yacht, but wish you could drive it on the land? If your answer to both questions is yes, the latest offering from Rolls-Royce is for you. It's the limited-edition Wraith Porto Cervo.
2. It's a Car, It's a Yacht, It's a Yacht and a Car
The Porto Cervo is named for a town along the world-famous yachting destination of Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, according to CarBuzz. The car's interior design also is yacht-themed. After all, just because you're driving a super-luxury car doesn't mean other people shouldn't be made to know that you can afford to own a yacht as well.
According to TopSpeed, this car features a "bright blue paint job, which is accented by a subtle white 'coach line' stripe that runs along the flanks from front to rear. There's also brushed aluminum and chrome trim, plus special nautical compass-look graphics near the door handles. In the corners, you'll find five-spoke wheels that are partly polished."
TopSpeed adds that the interior of the car has "arctic white leather upholstery offset by navy blue accents. The headrests are personalized with a special embroidery echoing the exterior compass graphics, also finished in blue. Contrasting piping and seat gussets can be found front and back."
Even the place that inspired this car is exclusive. According to CarScoops, the resort town of Porto Cervo is "one of the most exclusive in Europe and has a total population of 421 inhabitants, most of them celebrities and other affluent individuals." People you'll never meet, living in a place you'll never see, inspiring a car you'll never drive.
The Wraith Porto Cervo can go from 0 to 60 mph in five seconds, and it costs $300,000. Or anyway, that's the estimated cost according to CarBuzz. Rolls-Royce hasn't announced a price, because they don't have to, because they made only three of them. That's right: Only three of these cars exist. So even if you have money to burn, you'll never see a Porto Cervo in your garage. It's fun to look at pictures, though!
Other than the cosmetic differences, the Porto Cervo is the same as Rolls-Royce's standard Wraiths. But as TopSpeed points out, the company "loves to make these limited-run editions." Because some people need to live in ultra-exclusive luxury, and can't own a "standard" six-figure vehicle that just any peasant off the street can buy.