After an almost endless stream of teaser images in the lead up to this week's Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce has officially pulled the wraps of its new Wraith, four-seat, fastback coupe.
To use a classic Rolls-Royce phrase, power is 'adequate", thanks to a monstrous 465kW/800Nm V12 under the bonnet, feeding drive to the rear wheels via ZF 8-speed auto transmission.
The Wraith features retuned steering and a stiffer suspension than its four-door Ghost sibling, for a more driver-focussed experience.
Forward opening 'suicide' doors reveal a suitably opulent interior, including the (optional) Starlight headlining that debuted on the Phantom limousine.
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