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creolesoul:

Rolls-Royce Officially Shows New Wraith’s Profile, Plus a Fresh Batch of Spy Photos
Less than 24 hours after we composed a single image from Rolls Royce’s teaser website, the English brand came out with a high-resolution version of the darkened photo that reveals the new Wraith coupe’s profile, which we digitally enhanced to give you a better look at the car.
Meanwhile, our own spy photographers dropped a new set of images of a Wraith prototype undergoing winter tests in our email box as well.
The Wraith is Rolls-Royce’s vision of a what sporty-looking, performance coupe with the Spirit of Ecstasy figurine placed on its hood should be in the 21st century. That said, the V12-powered Wraith will be more powerful and lighter than any other model in its range, but at over 2 tonnes, don’t expect it to be an M3 chaser…
The company has said it will slowly release additional information and photos of the car before its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2013.

Spy Photo Credits: CarPix for CarScoop

(via Carscoop)

creolesoul:

Rolls-Royce Officially Shows New Wraith’s Profile, Plus a Fresh Batch of Spy Photos

Less than 24 hours after we composed a single image from Rolls Royce’s teaser website, the English brand came out with a high-resolution version of the darkened photo that reveals the new Wraith coupe’s profile, which we digitally enhanced to give you a better look at the car.

Meanwhile, our own spy photographers dropped a new set of images of a Wraith prototype undergoing winter tests in our email box as well.

The Wraith is Rolls-Royce’s vision of a what sporty-looking, performance coupe with the Spirit of Ecstasy figurine placed on its hood should be in the 21st century. That said, the V12-powered Wraith will be more powerful and lighter than any other model in its range, but at over 2 tonnes, don’t expect it to be an M3 chaser…

The company has said it will slowly release additional information and photos of the car before its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2013.

Spy Photo Credits: CarPix for CarScoop

(via Carscoop)

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