About the Rolls-Royce Wraith
When speaking of luxury cars, one brand will always be on top of your heads: Rolls-Royce. Rolls-Royce is the epitome of luxury cars. It just simply leads the luxury car market. With its stunning minimalist yet prominent appeal, it has set a high bar when creating a bespoke luxury car. In fact, people don't choose Rolls-Royce. Rolls-Royce chooses the people who are worthy to buy their cars. That's just how exclusive the British luxury brand is. And being a bespoke luxury car manufacturer, it can be safe to say that no two Rolls-Royce are identical, with the exception of the Rolls-Royce fleet of The Peninsula Hotels.
One of Rolls-Royce' famous models is the Phantom. Earlier models of the Phantom features varying body styles, including a convertible and a coupe. The convertible was named as Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe while the coupe version was just simply called Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe. Both variants were discontinued after the Phantom was replaced with the new generation, and this leads to the introduction of the Wraith and Dawn.
The Rolls-Royce Wraith is the replacement model of the Phantom Coupe. It is a stylish elegant coupe, which is more of a luxurious grand tourer. It is powered by a 6.6L twin-turbo V12 engine and produces 623 horsepower. Unlike most coupes that sit low at 1.3 meters to some extreme extent of 1 meter, the Wraith sits tall at 1.5 meters, which is actually a few centimeters taller than most compact sedans. It is also lengthy for it is 5.2 meters long. With these dimensions, it is clear that Rolls-Royce made the Wraith not to be fast like sports cars, but to provide a luxurious driving experience in comfort and serenity.
Inside, leather upholstery and trimmings are already synonymous to Rolls-Royce, as well as lambswool carpet, that you'd never want to climb in with muddy shoes. Seats have massage functions so as you drive, you get the soothing strokes that relax your back. The quiet interior cabin also provides peace of mind and serene surrounding. And since the doors are suicide doors, or as what Rolls-Royce calls it, coach doors, closing it while sitting inside might be a hefty task, a switch button is within reach on the dashboard instead to automatically close the door with ease.
Rolls-Royce cars are all about luxury, and it doesn't matter if the fuel consumption is very costly, because if you could afford one, so is the fuel for the car.