By Robby DeGraff on March 28, 2013
Rolls-Royce unveiled a classy — yet gigantic — grand touring vehicle called the Wraith today at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. At first glance it might remind you of Rolls-Royce's much smaller Ghost, but a pronounced, slicked-back roofline, upright grille and large 21-inch wheels help form this new coupe's more aggressive stance.More 2013 New York Auto Show Coverage
Underneath the two-tone hood lies a twin-turbo 6.6-liter V-12 that churns out 624 horsepower. Rolls-Royce claims the new Wraith will sprint from zero-to-62 mph in a swift 4.6 seconds. Inside, a welcoming, luxurious cabin features seating for four, elegant open-pore wood trim, a roof liner reminding you of a night's starry sky and, of course, umbrellas in each door — a signature Rolls-Royce move.
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