Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce Wraith

Price $462,000
Fuel consumption 12.5 – 19.0 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 65%(view ratings)
The Rolls-Royce Dawn, Ghost and Wraith have pretty much no competition on the market. Yes, there are other cars that are as expensive and luxurious, but Rolls buyers rarely shop around. They may even buy every option. The Dawn (convertible) is the most recent version, while the Ghost (sedan) and the Wraith (coupe) are still available for 2018.

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Test Drives2017 Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge: New-era Roller
English brand Rolls-Royce proved a long time ago that it builds some of the most luxurious, exclusive and expensive cars in the world. Customers expect nothing but the best, and they’re likely willing to dish out the necessary funds to ensure that their vehicle is unique. The customers in question …
First Drives2016 Rolls-Royce Wraith: Behind the Wheel of a $462,000 Apparition
Wraith, Ghost, Phantom: the names of these Rolls-Royce models evoke spirits that silently linger among us. It’s this exceptional, almost unreal quality that makes driving a Rolls-Royce such a unique experience—that and the stratospheric prices of these cars, that is. With the Wraith, Rolls-Royce is looking to win over a …

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New Models2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost and Wraith Black Badge: Dark Matter
Rolls-Royce offers a selection of 44,000 colours on their models, yet the big news this year for the Ghost sedan and the Wraith coupe is the addition of a variant that emphasises none of them. Remember, black is not a colour, but the absence of light. The 2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost …
NewsMansory Does its Thing With the New Rolls Royce Wraith
Mansory is known worldwide for luxury customization of already existing luxury products. Their name is synonymous with excess or wealth. It should come as no surprise that they’ve sunk their teeth into the new Rolls Royce Wraith to bring it to another level. On the exterior we have a custom …
NewsNo Rolls-Royce SUV On The Way
Fear not, ultra-luxury fans: Rolls-Royce has told Autocar that it won't be building the sport-utility vehicle that traditionalists had feared was a done deal for the British brand. With cousin Bentley having already unveiled an SUV concept (that was unanimously reviled by the automotive press), it seemed a sure thing …

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