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by Sam Rawlings

Luxury marque Rolls-Royce has used its flair for premium car design to create a range of elegant luggage designed to accompany the Wraith.

The collection was brought to life by Rolls-Royce designer, Michael Bryden, and has been crafted to be housed perfectly in the rear compartment of the $645,000 car.

The range features two Grand Tourer Valises, three Long Weekender bags and one Garment Carrier.

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“The Wraith Luggage Collection consists of six pieces, each carefully considered to reflect the unparalleled design aesthetics of Rolls-Royce motor cars.

“The latest technologies and materials are blended with traditional crafts and techniques, leading to an elegantly executed and thoroughly contemporary luggage collection, designed exclusively for Wraith, the ultimate gentleman’s gran turismo,” Bryden said.

The company says it has gone to extreme measures to ensure a truly premium product, consulting head butlers from some of the world’s most illustrious hotels to gain an insight into how guests interact with their luggage.

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It’s no surprise, then, that the British marque has adopted a number of techniques to offer something unique to its customers.

The handles are designed specifically to ensure even weight distribution so no undue pressure is placed on the hand. Additionally, an ‘invisible’ stitch, just like the one on the Wraith’s steering wheel, has been used to give a smooth finish.

Constructed using premium materials like carbon-fibre and leather, the range is offered in a mono or two-tone finish and can be designed to match the interior of the owner’s car.

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The wheels on the Grand Tourer have self-righting centres adorned with the famous double-R emblem and each bag has been embossed with the flying lady figurine, officially called the Spirit of Ecstasy.

If you have a Wraith, or even if you don’t, the six-piece collection is available at Rolls-Royce dealers for a listed price of US$42,606 (AU$56,000).

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