As suggested by a recent set of spy shots, the 2014 Wraith should have a rear-end styling very similar – if not identical – to the Rolls-Royce Ghost, which this car is a coupe version of. In typical Rolls-Royce fashion, the British automaker promises that this new model will deliver plenty of power, style and drama, though it's declining to get more specific about what that power is (other than to say it will be "more than ample"). We have no indication that the engine won't be the 563-horsepower, 6.6-liter V8 that's in the Ghost, but we'll have to wait until next month to find out for sure.
ROLLS-ROYCE WRAITH: POWER, STYLE, DRAMA
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars today publishes the second image of its next model, Wraith, a hand-built motor car that exudes hallmark Rolls-Royce luxury and comfort whilst possessing a character defined by Power, Style and Drama.
For 108 years, effortless power delivery has been inherent to the Rolls-Royce brand promise. This image depicts Wraith's muscular rear haunches – a visual cue that gives bold expression to Wraith's promise of dynamism. A sense that this is a car set to move with purpose on its driver's command.
And so to the question of Power. In times gone by, when asked the question, Rolls-Royce would simply reply, "Adequate, Sir". However, for Wraith we feel it right to be a touch more explicit:
"More than ample."
All will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show on 5 March 2013.