The car celebrates Rolls-Royce’s long heritage on the silver screen, which was recently enriched by the addition of ‘And the World Stood Still’ – a movie made by Rolls-Royce on their world famous Wraith model – into the BFI (British Film Institute) National Archive.
Shot at a secret location near Barcelona, ‘And the World Stood Still’ introduces the Wraith as the most powerful and technologically-advanced Rolls-Royce in history.
Marc Mielau, Global Head of Marketing, Rolls Royce Motor Cars, said: “It is a great honour to see ‘And the World Stood Still’ accepted into the BFI National Archive.
“It is testament to Rolls-Royce’s unique position in the public consciousness as the makers of ‘The Best Car in the World’ and the passion, innovation and creativity of the entire team involved.”
Rolls-Royce motor cars have taken leading roles in movies since the dawn of film-making, and have featured in such hits such as Goldfinger (1964), The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964), The Thomas Crowne Affair (1968) and The Great Gatsby (1974) to name a few.
The New York Auto Show runs until April 12th.