2013 Geneva Auto ShowJust the Facts:
- The 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith's interior was teased ahead of its debut at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
- The Wraith's cabin is inspired by the "interior of an ultra-luxury yacht," said the automaker.
- The cabin's clock pays homage to the marque's aviation heritage.
The final teaser image of the car is expected on February 26, ahead of a formal unveiling on March 5.
The Wraith's cabin is inspired by the "interior of an ultra-luxury yacht," said the automaker.
The cabin's clock pays homage to the marque's aviation heritage.
"The horseshoe sweep of Wraith's cabin also echoes the cove at Le Canadel in the South of France where Sir Henry Royce and his design team spent their winters," said Rolls-Royce in a statement.
The cabin in the hand-built Wraith will get lots of leather and an open pore wood named Canadel Panelling.
The Wraith is based on a shortened-wheelbase version of the steel-bodied Ghost platform and is believed to be of more sporting character than the aluminum-bodied Phantom Coupe that the company already sells. The launch revives a Rolls-Royce name first used in 1938. The company said the name "hints at a profound sense of darkness, a name that alludes to something more menacing."
The Wraith's twin-turbo V12 engine is expected to develop over 600 horsepower.
Edmunds says: The interior of the Rolls-Royce Wraith teases the good life on the French Riviera.