Rolls-Royce Wraith made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which then it scripted a whole new order book in no time. Likewise it fired the sales northwards; it got burnt in a fire during an incident in China without much apprehension.
This is the first incident reported of Wraith.
The inevitable happened when the Wraith was getting transported on a trailer. And not solely it was the Wraith that got carbonized; there were Audi R8 Porsche Cayenne too on board.
Looking at the image, it can be judged the whole car is destroyed terrifyingly, and none of the flesh is left on its body except the metal. The fire seems to be very disastrous, as had eaten up the British-made luxury car to its core.
Very little piece of information is discovered about this incident, as the flames erupted from the trailer caught the whole feast of cars on its back. The reason for the fire burst isn’t realized, but it was noticed the trailer still hold its structure intact, where the cars with being helplessly tied in metals and without any gate to escape became the major victim.
We hope, the incident may have shocked the automotive freaks, which the same may not be repeated so soon, as the speedy Rolls-Royce stores a 6.6-liter V12 engine under hoods delivering 624 bhp and 800 Nm of torque and had a good drive quality matched with some of the brands’ new tech deployed first on this model plate.
Image courtesy: Wrecked Exotics