The last round of upgrades done to the Ghost will now be carried over to the Wraith as Rolls-Royce prepares a facelift for the latter model. The luxurious two-door model is due for a facelift and is undergoing final tests in Germany, as seen in these spy shots.
The Wraith facelift will feature revised LED headlights with surrounding daytime running lights, restyled front and rear bumper and new wheel designs options. Additionally, Rolls-Royce may incorporate a few changes from the Wraith’s convertible version, the Dawn. Stuff like the new suspension setup, wood veneers and trim options could be added to the Wraith.
Mechanically, the Wraith facelift will remain the same which means it will continue to be powered by the existing V12 engine mated to an 8-speed automatic ZF gearbox. Thanks to 624bhp on tap the 0-100 kmph sprint takes just 4.5 seconds.
Expect Rolls-Royce to unveil the Wraith facelift later this year.