Rolls Royce Wraith gets in shape
Rolls Royce Motor Cars stated that their new car, due to be showcased at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, will be called Wraith. The British luxury car maker, has now revealed the first official teaser of Wraith.
Scheduled to be revealed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Wraith will be the newest edition to the Rolls Royce family of cars, which include the Phantom and the Ghost. Rolls Royce launched Phantom in 2003 while the Ghost was launched in 2009. The Wraith will be introduced in 2013, and will be the most powerful Rolls Royce ever. It is expected to feature a 6.6L V12 generating 600 hp. Wraith, meaning Ghost in Scottish dialect, is not a name which RR will be using for the first time. They had used Wraith for their 1938 model.
In Rolls Royce’s words, “‘wraith’ can be broadly defined, it describes an almost imperceptible force, an otherworldly entity that imposes its presence before swiftly returning to the dark. When Wraith is present, for that fleeting moment, the world stands still.”