The elegance of two-door motoring just grew to new heights: the Rolls-Royce Wraith has been unveiled in Geneva.
With unique fastback styling, rearward-opening coach doors, and an interior that rivals the stratospheric Phantom, the Wraith promises a combination of sport and elegance that few cars can match.See the full details on the 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith here.
A stout 616-horsepower V-12 engine ensures the undoubtedly solid Wraith will accelerate to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, but the real ground-breaking feature of the Wraith aids performance in an unexpected way.
By using satellite location and data from maps, the Wraith pre-selects the correct gear for the road ahead--before you get there. Whether driving hard or cruising sedately, that feature should improve the driving experience--if the computer consistently gets it right.
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