2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Sport Review Specifications


2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Sport Review And Specifications

2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Sport  Rolls-Royce recently confirmed that the planned convertible Coupe version of the Ghost is amazing, incomparable will revive the leading Lexus Dawn nameplate, and now we have our most revealing the car plate. The dawn of a new Rolls-Royce is set to go on sale early next year and will likely make its world debut in September this year 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show.

Like the Rolls-Royce Phantom convertible, or drop the head as a car refers to open-top model, dawn will feature a soft, fabric roof that is fully automatic, of course. Apart from this change, Dawn must largely identical with ghosts — although this will probably have to do without brilliant starry sky ‘ Starlight ‘ Headliner is available in coupe.

Under the hood, the same engine 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V-12, rated at 638 horsepower, must find the service. 2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Sport  Although the 5,200-pound empty weight, big machine can slide the car to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds up to a top speed of 155 mph. Dawn must weigh a bit more, and as a result became a few tenths of a second slower to 60 mph.


Apart from the roof, a little bit of other visual differences will differentiate the car from with a fixed Roof doppel gänger, including back little changed, especially in the trunk, which lost its roof fixed ghost cross-section lifting, replacing it with a deck lid that sits flush with the rear fenders.  2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Sport  Packed up, the stems also appear to have been shortened somewhat, may impinge on cargo capacity.

Just like every other ghosts are tailored to people on Bespoke, St. James Edition is about the new colors, new wheels and a lot of Chrome. But while the red light is far from mind-blowing, giving the ghost seen, possibly due to the red-painted Rolls-Royce is not very common. That’s probably why I can’t decide whether I like it or not. Sure, bright red shades go well with the fastbacks, but Ghost a little too big to be as sexy and sleek as, say, 2015 red Mustang.

2016 Rolls Royce Wraith Sport  The good news is the rolls used lots of Chrome to highlight the paint job. Large front Grill, door handles, window frame and bumper intake front trim is there to remind us that this is indeed a Rolls-Royce and not just any old big coupe screaming for attention. Rounding out the package is a set of two-tone silver and black finish wheels gloss. Luxury!

If not, the dawn appears to share the key elements the same styling on the nose and sides, even preserving the many ghosts of graceful roofline with the top raised.
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