Rolls-Royce has announced Wraith, wraith meaning ‘ghost’ in Spanish a couple of years ago, and the luxurious coupe didn’t get any other version, since then. Now, the British luxury car manufacturer has in for a facelift, which is officially announced as Rolls-Royce Wraith Series II. The facelift version gets some cosmetic changes over the standard version and is likely to be unveiled sometime this year.
The facelifted Wraith was spotted testing in Germany that’s undergoing final tests. Based on the spy shots, we assume there will be no major exterior changes, however, we can expect the car to get some changes on the front. The cosmetic enhancements include a fresh redesigned LED headlights, slightly altered front, new rear bumper, and new wheel design options. Also, the Wraith Series II to incorporate a few changes from Rolls-Royce’s latest convertible, the Rolls-Royce Dawn. Things like new suspension setup, wood veneers and interior trims to choose from.
As for power, the Wraith II series will continue to be powered by the same twin-turbo V12 mill that is good for 624 horsepower and takes on the sprint from 0-1