|Manufacturer||Rolls-Royce Motor Cars|
|Assembly||United Kingdom: Goodwood, England (Goodwood manufacturing)|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Grand tourer (F)|
|Body style||2-door hardtop coupé|
|Engine||6,592 cc (402.3 cu in) BMW N74 twin-turbo V12|
|Transmission||8-speed ZF 8HP automatic|
|Wheelbase||3,112 mm (122.5 in)|
|Length||5,268 mm (207.4 in)|
|Width||1,948 mm (76.7 in)|
|Kerb weight||2,440 kg (5,379.3 lb)|
The body style is a two-door pillarless coupe, where all side windows can roll down as in a convertible. This body style was popular in American cars during the 1950s and 60s and was known as the hardtop body style, not used by Rolls Royce since 1955.
|Wraith||2013–||6,592 cc (402.3 cu in) V12 twin turbo (N74B66)||632 PS (465 kW; 623 hp)@5600, 800 N⋅m (590 lb⋅ft)@1500–5500|
|Wraith Black Badge||2016–||6,592 cc (402.3 cu in) V12 twin turbo (N74B66)||632 PS (465 kW; 623 hp)@5600, 870 N⋅m (642 lb⋅ft)@1700–4500|
|Wraith||2013–||8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP90)|
|Wraith Black Badge||2016���||8-speed automatic (ZF 8HP95)|
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