The interior features bespoke leather seats with eight-way power adjustment and front and rear ventilation and heating, and there's also a two-zone climate control system included.
This sound system sounds absolutely amazing, and we loved blasting Breaking the Law by Judas Priest at max volume.
After all, the Rolls-Royce Wraith is supposed to be a relaxing GT cruiser with a bit of pace and not an AI-assisted rocket ship.
Most people think of Rolls-Royce cars as big and bloated luxury limousines that are purely designed for wafting well-to-do individuals from fundraiser to charity ball, but Rolls-Royce has always placed significant importance on the performance side of their cars, after all, they've been involved in motorsport for over a century, and have been active in endurance racing in recent years.
There's a common assumption that big and expensive British luxury cars are bound to fall to pieces as soon as they leave the showroom floor, but under the guidance of BMW, Rolls-Royce cars of late have proven to be reliable machines.
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