Rolls-Royce introduces Nautical Wraith

The British ultra-luxury car maker has this type of lengthy and well-known past with one-off models they just stopped showcasing them throughout their PR stints – for instance their latest bespoke production was simply revealed on Facebook rather.

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The quiet introduction didn’t go undetected though so we can instruct the Nautical Wraith, that is a coupe that pays tribute to classic racing yachts – the model continues to be outfitted inside a Arabian Blue and British White-colored two-tone shade seasoned with white-colored pinstripes and special anchor detailing. Also present are five-spoke alloy wheels with blue accents round the hubcaps. The custom detailing can also be present inside in which the designers have labored inside a brown Forest Fall leather upholstery, some Deep Blue piping, and different wood trim that recalls the teak decking utilized on classic yachts. Other interesting particulars would be the inlayed anchor motif around the dashboard which was crafted via a variety of different wood trim pieces or even the starlight headliner and white-colored contrast stitching.

The Nautical Wraith hasn’t been touched when it comes to powertrain, so it’s exactly the same biturbo 6.6-liter V12 engine that creates 624 horsepower and 590 lb-foot of torque hidden beneath the hood. This engine is really as always associated with n eight-speed transmission that is delivering the ability required to sprint to 60 miles per hour (96 km/h) in 4.4 seconds, as the maximum speed is digitally limited to 155 miles per hour (250 km/h).

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