The latest addition to the Rolls-Royce product portfolio is the all-new Wraith.
Taking some creative license from its sibling, the Ghost, the Wraith differs with its controversial fastback design.
It's one of those "love it or hate it" kind of things. Personally, I like it especially when the vehicle is painted in a two-tone scheme.
For the folks who have questioned the polarizing roofline, Rolls-Royce still has a shot to entice you. That's because the Wraith will also be offered as convertible. Yup, it decided to rid of the roof entirely.
This is a big step for Rolls-Royce as the Phantom Drophead fetches some serious coin. Now they've made it much easier — relatively speaking — for more folks to get behind the wheel of the interlocked Rs.
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An open-top version of the Rolls-Royce Wraith coupé has been spied testing for the first time ahead of its likely launch at the Geneva motor show next March.
Rolls-Royce boss Torsten Müller-Ötvös confirmed to Autocar late last year that the model would launch in 2015, and this test mule spied near BMW’s headquarters in Munich last week gives clues as to how development of the car is progressing.The open-top baby Rolls shares a wheelbase with the Wraith on which it is based and the same two-door layout...