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How to find the paint code for your Rolls Royce
You will find your Rolls Royce paint code on the VIN tag. The spot this is located in is kept pretty consistent, so it’ll likely remain the same regardless of whether you drive a Rolls Royce Wraith or a Rolls Royce Cullinan. To find your Rolls Royce’s color code:
- Go to the front of your vehicle
- Open the hood
- Check on the core support
If the VIN tag is not located on the core support for some reason, then I recommend using our Rolls Royce paint code finder at the top of the page. Simply enter the model and year of your Rolls Royce, and the color code details will appear.
What does your Rolls Royce paint code mean?
Owning a Rolls Royce Wraith or a Rolls Royce Phantom shouldn’t complicate understanding your paint code. Thankfully, Rolls Royce has kept their paint codes the same across all their models. They are generally three or four digits long and contain both numbers and letters. Also, some colors can have multiple codes for a single color.
R33 and WR33 are both paint codes for the Rolls Royce color of English White II. Other examples include W24 for Gunmetal II and FJ48 for Sunburst Grey.
The paint code on a Rolls Royce often isn’t signposted with a heading or title so keep the code format above in mind when you are looking under the hood for the Rolls Royce color code.
Rolls Royce: What do you know?
The original Rolls Royce company was founded over 100 years ago in 1906, with their first car having just ten horsepower. Since then, the company has become a BMW subsidiary and established itself as one of the leading luxury manufacturers in the world.
Their iconic logo, The Spirit of Ecstasy, has been modeled after Baron John Edward Scott-Montagu’s mistress and caused quite a controversy at the time. Rolls Royce has crafted an image of reliability and durability. Amazingly 60% of all their cars ever made are still on the road today.