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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has always been about living a life of luxury. But the famous brand is taking that concept to the next level with their new app called “Whispers.” Through it, car owners can book one-of-a-kind experiences and purchase rare products.
With the touch of a button, you get access to a concierge 24 hours a day, who will help book everything from an expedition to Antarctica to building a personal racetrack. It also grants you access to exclusive events and items for sale like rare art. Plus, it’s meant to be a VIP members club and social network of other Rolls-Royce owners.
“Whispers is completely unique,” said Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, in a statement. “It is a digital gateway to a fascinating world beyond, where the exceptional and the extraordinary come together and are tailored to meet the demands and tastes of our eclectic and highly valued community of clients. Whispers offers transformative experiences, rare and desirable products, whimsical treasures, and exclusive Rolls-Royce previews that are curated by Rolls-Royce and delivered directly to the fingertips of our global community.”
Though initially released at the end of February to inspire travel and to get out of the house, the company found that members were using the app for unique at-home experiences during COVID-19. People booked virtual magic lessons, secured first editions of classic children’s books, and even landed a hand-painted Beatrix Potter Chess Set.
“Rolls-Royce clients have sought comfort in the natural world, creativity, healthy and wellness as they have been confined to their homes during the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Verena Masters, head of Whispers, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. “Clients have turned to Whispers for solace and enlightenment during this period; it has been a time of reflection, a time to focus on well-being and planning for the future.”
To get the app, you have to own a Rolls-Royce and request access.