This time, our friends at SB-Medien captured the Wraith prototype in a winter scenario. The vehicle was spotted when leaving a compound near the Arctic Circle.
The body of this car is painted white, and the vehicle still has the elegance characteristic of Rolls-Royce cars even with the camouflaged front end.
According to some sources, the new Wraith facelift is expected to receive a new suspension setup, inspired by the one of the Dawn, its convertible version.
In traditional Rolls-Royce style, the interior will feature wood veneers, but the dash is expected to receive an upgrade to the multimedia system and improved connectivity options. Most likely, the improved connectivity systems will come from BMW, the company that owns the Rolls-Royce brand.
From a design point of view, the Wraith Series II, as the official name of this model is expected to be, boasts a new shape for the headlights, a redesign of the front bumper, as well as minute changes to the hood. The profile and the rear end of the Wraith seem unchanged from the current model.
The Wraith Series II is expected to launch by the end of this year and come to market as an MY2017 car. The current Wraith features a 6.6-liter V12 twin-turbo unit, which has a maximum output of 632 HP. The engine was detuned for the latest version of the BMW 7 Series, the M760Li. Meanwhile, back at Rolls-Royce, the unit could be improved for the Series II, but don’t expect a massive power hike.