Rolls-Royce Wraith is like the ultimate luxury coupe anyone could imagine. It is big, supremely luxurious and filled with the best imaginable materials. What is more, it comes from the noble line of cars usually associated with royalty and aristocracy. So, seeing one doing an outrage and attacking a hill climb is quite unusual. Goodwood Festival of Speed is the place where the magic happened, but only seconds before the Rolls Royce Wraith started its ascent, something stunning happened – the Rolls Royce did a burnout.
We are not joking, Rolls Royce Wraith did a burnout in such a monstrous “muscle car manner” all the crowds were simply stunned. Ok, some did it before with the Roller, but this time, Rolls-Royce officials were on the scene and they provoked the burnout. Not that we are surprised this behemoth is able to do this. After all, it is powered by a massive 6.6-liter V12 engine with twin turbo technology. Eight-speed automatic transfers torque of 590 lb-ft to the wheels and they can spin up easily for sure. The pure power of 630 hp is even more outrageous than the torque. We remind you, this Roller has more power than the Lamborghini Huracan or even the Nissan GT-R Nismo and these are, more or less, the best and fastest you may have.
And Just listen to the amazement of the people standing by. No one expected a Roller to do a burnout – everyone was joyful for it. Bring it on Rolls Royce.
Regardless of its noble pedigree, the Rolls Royce Wraith is built on the modified BMW 7 series platform. That means it can have all the amazing equipment the most advanced BMW can introduce cementing its place at the pinnacle of the automotive world.