Getting ready for surgery can be incredibly stressful for children, and the good people behind Rolls Royce have decided to do something about it. A hospital located in the brand’s home town of Chichester, West Sussex has received a very special kid sized car that will be driven around the corridors by children awaiting surgery.
We’re talking about the St Richard Hospital Pediatric Day Surgery Unit, which will actually feature traffic signs across its corridors to guide children during their driving session. The car in question is the Rolls-Royce SRH, and it was put together by the brand’s Bespoke Manufacturing team. It boasts a beautiful paintjob in Andalusian White and Salamanca Blue, and it incorporates a two-tone steering wheel, and self-righting wheel centers. The children will be able to drive around at up to 10mph, as the car gets its power from a 24-volt gel battery.