The Rolls-Royce Inspired by Music collection consists of nine Wraiths, each one customized by a British music legend. The English automaker revealed the project by showing off four unique one-off models. Roger Daltrey of The Who, Ray Davies from The Kinks and Giles Martin (son of Beatles producer George Martin and a producer, composer and songwriter himself) were behind the creation of the first half of the Rolls-Royce Inspired by Music collection.
One of the Wraiths had its hood painted to resembled the album cover for The Who's album "Tommy." The other cars take a subtler approach and can only be distinguished as members of the special limited run thanks to a door sill plaque. The Rolls-Royce Inspired by Music cars will more than likely stay one-offs, although the automaker could use the collection as a jumping off point for future music-focused special editions, a la the Wraith Inspired by Film.