The world's most prestigious automaker prepares to unveil its new fastback, but before it does, it has released this one last teaser image.
When the doors open at the Geneva Motor Show in less than a couple of weeks from now, Rolls-Royce will have an all-new model to debut. It's called the Wraith, a sportier and more powerful version of the Ghost saloon. The Goodwood-based automaker has been keeping our interest piqued with a steady stream of teaser images, and has now released the last. With this silhouette drawing, Rolls-Royce has revealed that the Wraith will adopt a fastback form.
Its sloping roofline that is likely to include a lift-gate instead of the conventional trunk you'd otherwise expect on a Rolls. The British automaker's design director Giles Taylor, formerly of Jaguar and PSA Peugeot Citroen, explains that "The purposeful fastback profile is Wraith's defining element." You know, just in case you thought the Wraith would be all engine. Combined with the previous teaser shots, including a pair showing elements of the interior design, give us a good idea of what to expect when Rolls is finally ready to lift the veil completely.