Wraith is an imperceptible force, inspired by the words of Sir Henry Royce: “Take the best that exists and make it better.” By fusing the iconic Rolls-Royce grace and elegance with the marque’s most powerful engine, Wraith redefines luxury like never before. Dynamic. Enigmatic. Built to perform.
The striking fastback silhouette of Wraith exudes elegance and power. Expressive, sweeping lines and a wide rear track give it a dynamic and athletic prowess. And the long bonnet, deep grille and pronounced air intakes promise a truly potent performance.
Designed to provoke
Redefining the boundaries of Rolls-Royce motor cars, Wraith has a fleeting and enigmatic presence. With a curved, dynamic appearance and fastback design, Wraith evokes a sense of energy, even while standing still. Its innate drama materialises in the twin exhausts and frameless coach doors, which open wider than on any other Rolls-Royce motor car. And the deeply recessed vertical grille adds to Wraith’s confident stance.
Propelling you from 0-60mph in just 4.4 seconds, Wraith hosts the most powerful Rolls-Royce engine ever. Alive with the latest technologies, including the satellite-aided transmission that predicts the road ahead, Wraith retains its cool and calm composure, even at speed. Leaving you to enjoy the effortless drive.
With a 6.6 litre, twin-turbo-charged V12 engine, Wraith offers formidable power. Effortlessly refined, the intelligent air suspension system is so sensitive, it detects even the slightest movement and compensates accordingly. Giving you that ‘magic carpet ride’ Rolls-Royce is famed for.
Wraith is also debuting one of the most intelligent drivetrains ever to feature in a Rolls-Royce motor car. Satellite-aided transmission uses GPS data and the navigation system to pre-empt whatever’s around the corner. It then chooses the right gear and leaves you to enjoy the drive.
Your private space
Built to be driven confidently and effortlessly, the rotary controller is mounted on the centrepiece, giving you immediate access to directions, your contacts and music at the swipe of a finger.
This world-class craftsmanship is obvious throughout. Soft, natural grain leather evokes the expressive lines of the exterior. And, for the first time, choose to have Canadel Panelling. A beautiful and open wood named after Sir Henry Royce’s home in France, each veneer is delicately curved around the contours of the door. At an angle of 55 degrees, each panel is bookmatched to create a perfect mirror image of grain. If you want to personalise Wraith further, choose a Bespoke open pore or metal fascia finish to the wood. Sleek and contemporary, it’s a modern edge to traditional wood fascia finishes.
|Max power||624-hp @ 5,600 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||21.9 gal.|
|Engine||V12 6.6 litres|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Maximum torque||590 lbs.-ft. @ 1,500 rpm|
|Estimated MPG||13 city / 21 hwy|
|Curb Weight||5,380 lbs.|
|Engine bore x stroke||3.5 in x 3.5 in|
|Compression ratio||10.10 to 1|
|Passenger volume||111.5 cu.ft.|
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