ROLLS-ROYCE WRAITH REVIEW

Rolls-Royce combines performance, long distance touring, and impeccable luxury in the bold Wraith. The fastest and most powerful Rolls-Royce ever built, Wraith is powered by a 6.6 liter twin-turbocharged V12 with 624 bhp and 590 lb ft of torque that propels it from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. Although Wraith is the most performance-oriented Rolls-Royce ever, it does not alienate those who enjoy a supremely comfortable grand tourer. Wraith can adapt and recognize what type of driver you are and program its engine and transmission to suit either a dynamic or comfortable drive. Wraith is never harsh, though, and always reminds its driver that he or she is driving one of the most luxurious vehicles in the world. Rolls-Royce dedicates extensive research to ensuring that its cars are some of the quietest in the world. Even at high speed with the sound system muted, the cabin of Wraith is amazingly quiet and any noise from the wind and road is barely audible. Wraith, therefore, is perfect for long journeys. Wraith features an eight-speed automatic transmission with satellite-aided shifts that use GPS signals to make sure that Wraith is in the appropriate gear during corners. Inside Wraith, fine craftsmanship is immediately apparent. With book-matched wood trim, where the wood grain is aligned on each piece of wood trim, and the option of a cashmere headliner with fiber optic lights that can be configured to mirror any constellation or the pattern of the sky on any particular night, Wraith is made with incredible attention to detail that makes it a very special car that does not sacrifice comfort for more performance.

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