Rolls-Royce Wraith on display at Harrods until Saturday

made its debut last month at the Geneva Motor Show. It was also shown to selected few at their manufacturing plant near Chichester.

Now the stunning Wraith is being showcased in the window display of luxury department store Harrods in Knightsbridge, London for one week.

Powered by 624bhp V12 engine linked to an 8-speed automatic ZF transmission, the Wraith goes from 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds. That’s very impressive for a car that is over 5m long and weighs over 2.5 tonnes.

Harrods Media Sales Director, Guy Cheston, said: “Harrods is at the forefront of promotional opportunities for the world’s most esteemed automotive brands, and we are delighted to have on display the most anticipated car release of 2013. The Rolls-Royce Wraith epitomises luxury, style and innovation, and is certain to attract attention from our international clientele.”

The Wraith on display at Harrods features Midnight Sapphire paintwork with an upper two-tone in Cassiopeia Silver. Interior boasts an Arctic White and Navy Blue leather scheme, as well as a starlight headliner, casting a glow from hundreds of individual ‘stars’ in the roof lining at the press of a button.

Wraith will be in the window of Harrods until Saturday 4 May.


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