Marc Mielau of Rolls Royce Motor Cars explains the Wraith to IAB [video]
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At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, there were four new exotic cars that made their world debut: The all new Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren and of course, Rolls Royce.
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The Rolls Royce Wraith is the most powerful, most dynamic car ever built by the British luxury car maker. It is powered by a 6.6-liter V12 Twin Turbo which makes a healthy 624bhp and churns out 800Nm of torque – enough to catapult the Roller to 100km/h from rest in 4.6 seconds.
The Wraith is based on the Ghost platform, which is in turn based on the BMW 7 Series. Hence, the fastback design of the Wraith is something that is definitely going to appeal to the youth.
We had the good opportunity to have Mr. Marc Mielau, GM Global Marketing of Rolls Royce Motor Cars take us through the all new Wraith and explain more in detail about the car.
Watch as Marc tells you about the two tone design characteristics of the fastback and how it has been executed. Naturally, the part where the suicide doors (Rolls will prefer you call it coach doors instead) open is a special highlight in the video as well.
We will not talk more about the video and spoil the fun, you have to watch it yourself!