Great Rolls Royce for sick children

Chichester (England)

The British car manufacturer has now unveiled a special Rolls Royce Wraith in his home town of Chichester. The electrically powered vehicle should bring joy to sick children in difficult times.

With the rolls in the operating room

The children car St. Richard was built for the hospital in Chichester and is used in the children's Department and their operations team. The mini Wraith is driven by children themselves through the hallways of the hospital to the operating room and soften so the anxiety and the stress before surgery. When you pass in the VIP showroom of Rolls-Royce, already two small test riders Molly and Hari of the extraordinary project could convince themselves.

Very nice project

The electric-powered Wraith manages more than adequate thanks to a 24-volt battery to a maximum speed of 16 km/h for a hospital hallway. The body is Rolls-Royce typical two-tone and shines in "Andalusian White" as well as "Salamanca Blue". The Interior is two-tone design. By the way: He was designed by the in-house "bespoke" factory in 400 hours according to the hospital on the name "SRH" baptised rolls and built. We find: A great project that will put a smile in the face of many children! (mf)