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Rolls Royce reveals more

By PetrolHead on 19 Feb 2013

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Rolls Royce is performing a striptease of sorts for the upcoming Wraith performance coupe. With two darkened shots of the exterior, the uber luxury brand has released a couple of pictures again - of the cabin.

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It does not take rocket science to figure out what this image shows. Its the interior of the Wraith's door that's covered in ‘Phantom-grade’ leathers and an open pore wood surface named 'Canadel Panelling'. Fancy stuff and even fancier styling.

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The second picture shows the dashboard clock of the Wraith. A clock. I understand teasers are supposed to 'tease' and create anticipation but how much anticipation can a dashboard clock create? Rolls Royce or Toyota, a dashboard clock, is just a clock - just fancier.

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Rolls-Royce claims every possible interior detail has been carefully considered including the orange needle tips of the clock. According to RR, the orange finish points to the car’s dynamic potential, while paying homage to the marque’s aviation heritage.

On top of the images, a (spooky) teaser video has been released, where numerous voices just repeating the word 'Wraith.'

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A passionate motoring enthusiast since little, Akram's articles gives alternative insights on the latest motoring news.



 
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