The Wraith resurrects a nameplate that had laid dormant since the 1930s. With it sees Rolls Royce return to their 2-door hyper-luxurious coupe creations. Having been known mostly for the Phantom and Ghost sedans, the Wraith signaled a welcome return to the 2-door hardtop body style — a sportier addition to the brand that is known to be the pinnacle of luxury. The Wraith is billed as the most powerful and dynamic Rolls Royce in the company's illustrious history and is designed to make an impressive statement wherever you go.
This Wraith has been optioned with the standout Starlight Headliner — A Rolls Royce Bespoke feature which is unique to each car. It incorporates strands of fiber-optic cable that disperse light at varying angles and mimics the night’s sky as each “star” twinkles. The interior also features white piping on the seats and even includes the original Rolls Royce umbrellas that are incorporated into each of the car’s suicide doors. The exterior appearance has been enhanced by the addition of 22” Gianelli Verdi wheels (with Rolls Royce’s signature floating center caps), although the original rims have also been retained should you wish to revert to stock. This Rolls Royce Wraith has been wrapped in a satin grey metallic and has had the chrome “deleted” for the ultimate in subtle class.
With a 6.6l V12, the Wraith is the most powerful car in the entire Rolls Royce lineup — more so even than the Phantom and Cullinan. With 624hp and a 0-60mph time of 4.2 seconds, the Wraith is no slouch either. 590 lb-ft of torque means that acceleration is effortless, combining speed with the waft of luxury you’d expect from such a prestigious marque.
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