After the Phantom and the Ghost, Rolls Royce wanted to build something that gives a joy for driving. A coupe for the ultimate gentlemen. Hence was the
result, the most powerful and dynamic Rolls-Royce in history, which is known as the Wraith. At its heart lie hallmark Rolls Royce’s attributes of luxury,
refinement and hand-craftsmanship, but the new model presents a unique character defined by power, style and drama.
In profile, Wraith’s sweeping fastback design gives the car its unique character. Bold lines, tension in the panels and a raked rear screen evoke the image
of a world class athlete poised in the starting blocks. Further expression of dynamic intent can be seen in Wraith’s deeply recessed grille, wide rear
track and dramatic two-tone presentation.
Coach doors open to reveal a sumptuous interior complete with softest Phantom-grade leathers and expanses of wood called Canadel Panelling. Named after the
famous cove in the South of France where Sir Henry Royce and his design and engineering teams spent their winters, this contemporary and tactile finish
sweeps through the interior, cosseting four occupants in a space bathed in light and warmth.
With 1,340 fibre optic lamps that are hand-woven into the roof lining, it gets the impression of a glittering, starry night sky. Performance delivers on
the promise of Wraith’s styling. Power delivery is effortless, but dramatic, thanks to a V12 engine married to 8-speed automatic ZF transmission. 624 bhp
is available to the driver with the slightest moment of the right-most pedal.
However, Wraith is no GT bruiser. Agility improvements have been achieved with absolutely no compromise to the sensation of riding on a bed of air.
Furthermore, the debut of Satellite Aided Transmission (SAT) technology takes the powertrain to a new level of effortless delivery, one that perfectly
suits the Rolls-Royce brand.