Fresh off its introduction, the Rolls-Royce Wraith is the newest model in the British automaker’s stable of ultra- luxury cars. As with any Rolls-Royce, the 2016 Wraith exudes opulence and grace on a grandiose scale. Yet as the most powerful and dynamic automobile to wear the famed RR logo, this exquisite coupe is meant to appeal to a newer generation of plutocrats. For the roughly $300,000 it takes to step into a Wraith, you get a formidable V12 engine and hand-craftsmanship that borders on the fanatical. Sure, a Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe brings more technology to the table and a Bentley Continental GT Speed has better performance, but neither will replicate the royal experience of stepping out from the coach doors of a Rolls-Royce Wraith.
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For those wishing to take command in the driver’s seat vs. being chauffeured in back, the 2015 Wraith is the most driver-oriented Rolls-Royce. In addition to costing less than the Phantom Coupe (relatively speaking), the Wraith has fresher technology and is less bulky (again, relatively) to maneuver.
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