We’re literally dealing here with the Rolls-Royce of kid cars, which is even more individual than new Rolls vehicles coming out the factory lines with the owner’s individual wishes already granted.
This time we’re dealing with a true Rolls-Royce one of a kind – the “SRH” concept of a car for kids, has been created specifically for the St Richard’s Hospital Pediatric Day Surgery Unit. The unique Rolls-Royce car will be used to put a smile on the children’s faces while they drive it through the Pediatric Unit corridors to the operating theater. To make it as if this was the real deal, the route even has “traffic signs” – all in the name of making a child feel more comfortable before reaching the surgery unit.
“The biggest unveil for the smallest Rolls-Royce” also included “test drivers” Molly Matthews and Hari Rajyaguru who were granted the wish of a lifetime of taking a tour of the brand’s Goodwood Studio and receive the VIP treatment just like any other customer. The one-off car was made by Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke Manufacturing team and they opted for a two-tone exterior finish with Andalusian White and Salamanca Blue. There’s even a tailor-made St James Red coachline that was applied by hand – inside the two-tone steering wheel mirrors the body and the seat upholstery has a St James Red finish as well.