Showing posts in the category of Rolls Royce Wraith

That's No Way To Treat a Rolls Royce Wraith, Or Is It…


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The power-sliding duo from Tax the Rich are back with a new video, this time hooning a $284,900 Rolls Royce Wraith coupe around the backyard (if you can call it that) of an English mansion.

XCAR Says Driving a Rolls-Royce Wraith Is Like Driving a Cloud


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The Rolls-Royce Wraith is the brand’s fastest, most powerful production model ever made, but make no mistake, this isn’t a sports car.

Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, Rolls-Royce Wraith Race Into Forza Motorsport 5 [w/Video]


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Why would anyone want to drive a car like the Rolls-Royce Wraith on the Forza Motorsport 5 racing game? Well, let's flip the question and ask "Why not?"

Rolls Royce Confirms New Wraith Drophead Coupe for 2016


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Rolls Royce confirmed on Tuesday that it will enhance its range with a second convertible model, the Wraith Drophead Coupe, which will go on sale by mid-2016.

New Open-Top Rolls Royce Wraith Drophead Coupé Spied for the First Time


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About a year ago, Rolls Royce boss Müller-Ötvös acknowledged that the company had given the green light for the development of a convertible version of their new Wraith Coupe, and now, we have the first spy pictures of the car that will most likely borrow the bigger Phantom's Drophead Coupé nomenclature.

Mansory Bestows Rolls-Royce Wraith with 740-Horses for Geneva


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The sportiest Rolls-Royce model ever (according to the British firm's own statements), has just become a little bit faster, thanks to the tuning minds over at Mansory, who are using the Geneva Motor Show to present their program for the Wraith coupe.

Rolls-Royce Takes Celestial Phantom, Chicane Phantom Coupé and Wraith to Dubai Show


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Since the Middle-East is the largest market for Rolls-Royce’s Bespoke division, the luxury automaker is present at the Dubai International Motor Show with two Bespoke models – the Celestial Phantom and the Chicane Phantom Coupé.

Rolls-Royce Gives Us Some Wraith Eye-Candy with New Photos and Videos


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Based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost, the Wraith coupe is the company’s fastest and most powerful production model ever built. The car, whose world premiere was hosted earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, will arrive in dealerships in the final quarter of this year.

Rolls-Royce Hopes Wraith Coupe will Boost Russia Sales


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Rolls-Royce sells around 100 cars per year in Russia, according to a recent report published by Bloomberg. It also states that the Anglo-German carmaker is not standing still, and is planning to increase that figure with the introduction of the sporty Wraith coupe, just as the country is planning to impose higher taxes on vehicles costing more than the equivalent of $154,700.

Rolls-Royce Wraith Product Manager Explains the Brand's Most Powerful Model Ever in New Video


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Based on the Rolls-Royce Ghost sedan, the Wraith is the company’s most powerful model ever, with its 6.6-liter turbo V12 powerplant delivering 624 horsepower. This also makes it the fastest production Rolls-Royce in the company's history, as it sprints from standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.2 seconds and reaches an electronically-limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).

Rolls-Royce CEO Confirms Convertible Wraith, Dismisses SUV Rumors


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Rolls-Royce will make a convertible version of the Wraith coupe, CEO Torsten Muller-Otvos acknowledged during the UK launch of the Wraith. “The design certainly lends itself to a drophead coupe, and I think that will be the next variant,” Muller-Otvos told Auto Express magazine. However, don’t expect to see the convertible Wraith on the roads very soon, as producing another variant could take at least two years, according to RR’s boss.

London's Harrods Store Welcomes New Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe


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Joining the likes of many new models in the United Kingdom ranging from the Hyundai ix35 to a number of Aston Martins, Rolls-Royce's most recent creation, the Wraith coupe is getting some show time behind a display window at luxury department store Harrods in Knightsbridge, London.

The Wraith is Rolls Royce's Idea of a High-Performance Fastback Coupe


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The Rolls Royce Wraith is officially here, with the British firm revealing their new coupe in front of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show audience. Aside from the fastback body shape, it features the company's most powerful engine ever, a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 with 624 hp (633 PS), as well as a number of interesting technical innovations.

Rolls Royce Brings the 624HP Wraith Coupe Out in the Open [Photos and Videos]


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This is the all-new Wraith, Rolls Royce's luxurious interpretation of a performance coupe. Revealed just hours before it makes its first appearance in front of a crowd at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5, the Wraith is dubbed as the most powerful and fastest production car ever built by Rolls Royce.

New Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe, First Official Photos


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The most powerful Rolls Royce production car is a secret no more as images of the Wraith Coupe spilled all over the internet today revealing its "fastback" looks, less than 24 hours before its world premiere at the Geneva motor show.

Rolls-Royce Drops One Last Teaser of the Wraith to Tell us that it's a Fastback


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When a debut of a new model is pending, automakers work in mysterious ways. After sharing four different teaser images of the upcoming Wraith coupe, including one that clearly reveals the coupe's profile, Rolls-Royce published one last photo, which it says, "confirms that its new model Wraith will be a fastback". Imagine that…

Rolls-Royce Shows us the New Wraith Coupe's Timbered Door and Dash Clock


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The truth about the all-new Rolls-Royce Wraith performance coupe is slowly unraveling. After two darkened shots of the exterior, the world's most famous luxury car brand released another pair of pictures, this time of the Wraith's cabin, which it says, "hints at the interior of an ultra-luxury yacht" – not the best use of words for a performance car, even if we’re talking about its styling…

New Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe's Slow Strip Tease Continues


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Here's a new teaser image of Rolls-Royce's high-performance, two-door version of the Ghost saloon, called Wraith. Previously, we saw a darkened rendering of the car's profile, and now, the British company is sharing an image of the Wraith's "muscular rear haunches" – those are Rolls-Royce's precise words.

Rolls-Royce Officially Shows New Wraith's Profile, Plus a Fresh Batch of Spy Photos


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Less than 24 hours after we composed a single image from Rolls Royce's teaser website, the English brand came out with a high-resolution version of the darkened photo that reveals the new Wraith coupe's profile, which we digitally enhanced to give you a better look at the car.

Meanwhile, our own spy photographers dropped a new set of images of a Wraith prototype undergoing winter tests in our email box as well.

We Piece Together the First Official Look at the New Rolls Royce Wraith Coupe


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Just last week, Rolls-Royce released the name of its all-new Ghost-based coupe model, the Wraith, adding that it will make its global premiere at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show in early March.

Britain's most famous carmaker also told us that in the weeks leading up to the show, it plans to "reveal additional information and a series of teaser images", which it did, beginning today with a smoke screen-style teaser on its public website where users can move their mouse to divulge bits and pieces of the car.

We understand that can be annoying, so we patched up all those pictures to create the single image you see here, and which provides us with the best look yet at the brand's new performance coupe.