Rolls Royce Wraith, With the two-door Wraith, you have a Rolls-Royce that's designed to be driven — and driven at high speed. Don't be mistaken — the Wraith isn't a spritely Lotus-esque English sports car. When you take the car’s portly 2.36-tonne mass into account, the fuel consumption could be considered reasonable.Behind the wheel of the Wraith, the long bonnet and high doorsill make you feel like you are piloting a speedboat.
When I first realised that there were no steering wheel mounted paddleshifters or manual gear selection options, I was a bit disappointed. I then quickly realised that these features were entirely pointless with the GPS-linked transmission in action. Unlike Wraith’s impressive straight-line speed, cornering can be a little off at times. The soft suspension causes the body to lean when the car is pushed, while the steering lacks the level of feel you would find in a Porsche or Ferrari. Given the Wraith’s target audience, it’s a trait that’s easily forgiven.. Ghost!
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