However, we saw the launch of Wraith in various countries around the world after its 2013 Geneva debut, now India too receives it proudly for Rs. 4.6 crore ex-showroom Delhi.
Being based on the platform of Ghost, Wraith faces 183mm shorter wheelbase, 130mm compressed overall length, and 40mm ducked height than its said sibling. These snips were done to make Wraith a perfect combination of luxury and sport, engulfed by the 624bhp V12 petrol fed engine accelerating 0-100kph in 4.4 seconds.
Most of the look is shared by the same Rolls Royce family, but the one its kind DNA of being the “fastest Rolls ever made” is making British carmaker to do the most of its cashing point in markets wherever being launched.
Added the oomph of satellite aided eight-speed ZF gearbox, a drive in the Wraith is worth enjoying the likes of some robotically operated car, which can judge the further coming twists and turns and would do the right gear shifts in advance.
We hope so the interiors may not pose an issue for upmarket buyers, because the first timer ‘1,340 hand-woven tiny lamps into the roof lining’ is set to make the unbelievable temperament around them inside the cabin.
Well, that’s what we had been known about it for India specific, would update soon if received some of the notches later on. And lastly, it is also said that Phantom too is feeling the heat because of the build quality dwelled in this two-door sports coupe! Hope so the makers would be leveraging the cost with number of features provided.