Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce's Ghost-based 4 seat coupe, the Wraith, is nearing its first makeover.
These pictures were snapped recently in Germany and show the car wearing light camouflage, though sufficient to hide its new and improved front end features from us. Even so, we can assume that the facelifted Wraith will debut re-shaped LEDs similar to those in the Ghost Series II, along with redesigned bumpers and wheels.
Inside, RR might come up with a few new touches, or they could obviously use the recently unveiled Dawn as a benchmark for the Wraith in terms of trim options and on-board tech, like the new 10.25" high-definition screen for example.
Powering the Wraith Series II should be the same or possibly even an improved version of the current car's 6.6-liter V12 unit, which is now rated at 624hp (633PS) and a peak torque of 800Nm (590 lb-ft.
As of right now, there's no telling if the Wraith Series II is going to show up at this year's Geneva Motor Show, but we do hope to see it on display sooner rather than later.
Thanks to Indianautosblog for the photos!