The Wraith is Rolls Royce' version of a gentleman’s GT. It offers a highly refined, luxurious and exclusive like its stablemates, but more dramatic and exciting than any of them. It is a groundbreaker, it is only not more powerful than any other car the Rolls Royce stable, it's also the most pleasurable to drive in the twisties. To meet this objective, the Wraith has self-levelling, roll-cancelling air suspension and adaptive dampers. The ride still wafts along, but it knows how to play agile and more responsive in handling thanks to a chassis rework. Inside felt much lower too with seats placed much closer to the ground, typically, it should have softest leather in their highest quality. Technology is plenty but discreetly stowed away for a purpose.
Powering this already fast looking coupe begins with a 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12, which produces 624hp and a handsome 590lb ft of torque mated to an eight-speed ZF auto, which monitors the sat-nav’s reading of the road ahead and selects an appropriate gear to cater for it. This mighty engine propels the car to a hundred in less than 4.6 seconds but it also proves to be quick on corners.