The Wraith is Rolls-Royce’s full-size, grand touring coupe. It measures 207.4 inches from nose to tail, and sports a 122.5-inch wheelbase. The design leads with the vertical slats of Rolls”http://www.cnet.com/”phantom grille” and follows up with a sweeping roofline that flows smoothly and near seamlessly from the base of A-pillar to the rear decklid. The proportions and sparse sculpting and detailing lend the Wraith a heavy, solid appearance — as if machined from a solid block of steel — that is backed up by both the quality of its construction.
It’s an imposing machine, both figuratively and physically.
- Super smooth V12 performance
- Bespoke ultra-luxurious cabin
- Unique amenities you’ll only find on a Rolls-Royce
- Cabin tech is a decade old.
- Exterior design is a tad dull.
The Black Badge package adds $50,000 to the Wraith’s $330,000 starting price, bringing both performance upgrades and styling tweaks to the party. In addition to a torquier engine tune, there’s also a throatier exhaust (which you can still barely hear in the Roller’s coffin-quiet cabin), a set of 21-inch carbon-alloy composite wheels and a more dynamic Sport setting for the standard self-leveling