Let's just say this Wraith looks good enough to star in its own movie.
Don’t be shocked if you see the Rolls-RoyceWraith "Inspired by Film" parked in the front row at a theater near you. The luxuryautomaker decided to celebrate the forthcoming preservation of the film it madeto debut the Wraith, “And the World Stood Still,” by the British Film InstituteArchives. The result is yet another special edition Rolls, albeit one that isn’tinspired by a country in the Middle East or a sultan no one has ever heard of.
The Wraith Inspired by Film throws a hard wink and nudge at the silver screen with its sleek silver paint, silver wheels and solid silver Spirit of Ecstasy. Power comes from the Wraith’s standard 6.6-liter twin-V12 turbo engine, good for a 0 to 60 time of 4.4 seconds. The interior is as luxurious as you’d expect, with a faux starry sky on the ceiling, reminiscent of the Rolls-Royce Celestial Phantom special edition, and Maccassar Ebony covering the dashboard and door handles. Perhaps the greatest thing about the Wraith Inspired by Film is the faux movie poster made to announce its debut.
Here’s betting that all automakers adopt this tactic before 2020. Why spend money to shoot a commercial when you can just slap a poster together? You can check out the original film here: