Rolls Royce Wraith vs Ghost vs Dawn
Since 2003, the Rolls Royce Phantom set the barrier for high end luxury vehicles. With its spread stance that’s equally imposing and menacing, the Phantom is difficult to ignore. However, the Phantom is known as a automobile to be driven in as opposed to actually taking the wheel. If your goal is to appear as idiotic as Donald Trump, driving himself around what appears to be a limo / armored car hybrid can look quite foolish. Thankfully, RR offers, more sportier models that high rollers around the world can feel comfortable navigating.
1. The Rolls Royce Ghost
The launch of the “baby Phantom” back in 2010 gained mixed reviews. Some accepted the car as a welcomed addition to the fleet while others saw it as a glamorous, pint-sized version of the RR flagship. However once inside it’s agonizing visible that the Ghost is much more developed and modern than its matured brother. The Ghost function better, assimilated advanced technology and a authentic driver’s vehicle. To date, the evidence sits in the numbers as the Ghost is now the RR top-retailed car – by far. Pricing for the Ghost starts right under $300,000.
2. The Rolls Royce Wraith
The Ghost two-door variant is correctly named the Wraith. The term Wraith is defined as, “a ghost or ghost like image of someone, generally one seen soon prior or after their death.” The tittle makes more sense once you realize its potential. The Wraith host a 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 beneath the bonnet creating a unbelievable 632hp crowning it the most powerful automobile Rolls Royce has ever produced. However, Rolls Royce doesn’t ploclaim the mighty coupe as a sports car. RR catalog the Wraith as a ‘Super GT’ geared for quick, easy travel in tranquility and fashion. The most significant feature of the Wraith is one you’ll never get to view until you’re inside. The optional Starlight Headliner holds over 1300 fiber optic lights hand-sewn into the cowhide. Although it only has two suicide-style doors like the Ghost rear ones, the Wraith’s base price is close to $305,000.
3. The Rolls Royce Dawn
The latest introduction to the group is the sleek Rolls Royce Dawn. Although it seems to only be a chop-topped model of the Wraith, that’s certainly far from the truth. In fact, Rolls Royce announced that more than 80% of the skeleton differs from its hard-top brother. The convertible top quietly lowers or raises in 22 seconds and doable at speeds up to 31 mph which can make for a real show in the school zone. The gigantic drop-top launches from 0 to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds thanks to the aggressive V12 under the hood. The Dawn holds a hefty sticker price that starts roughly at $340,000 but with added options can easily exceeds $400,000.
Finally be sure to see the Dodge Charger Custom Two Door Coupe