‘Wraith’ is the Rolls Royce’s latest addition to its repertoire, for the global as well as for the Indian market. It is said to be fastest Rolls Royce ever made. And with that same breathtaking aggressiveness the luxury British carmaker is expecting it to sell in India, despite knowing that Indian economy is lying all-time low on the ground.
Launched at Rs. 4.6 crore ex showroom Delhi, Wraith is the seventh car to the existing whole fleet of Rolls Royce.
Herfried Hasenoehrl, General Manager for Emerging Markets in Asia at Rolls Royce has a strong gut feeling for our country where in a recent interview he said, it is not the first time that Indian car market is witnessing slowdown or crisis. Previously, it too had gone through such situations and had emerged clean and wise out of those odds.
And about Rolls Royce, Hasenoehrl commented, Rolls Royce is a top priority for the people who are in the top-notch position of their careers/professions. And Rolls Royce is just the final word for those who choose nothing but only the “Best”.
However, Hasenoehrl doesn’t tend to reveal the exact figure that Rolls Royce sold during 2011 and 2012 but he adjoined the statement with the only phrase, “those years were really good”.
Earlier the Rolls Royce Ghost was tending to be one of the best horses from this British stable, as firm sold over 100 units of same. Now the carmaker is expected to taste huge success with Wraith too for being the fastest Rolls ever made. Let’s keep our fingers crossed!