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Watch Fastest Rolls-Royce Wraith acceleration cross the line of Goodwood in 57.21 seconds, ahead of the Porsche 918 Spyder ‘Weissach’ (61.37)Maserati MC Stradale Centennial Edition (59.00), the Bentley Continental GT (60.65), the Maserati GranCabrio MC (60.66) and only 2 seconds off the Bentley GT3 Speed! Watch in UltraHD + SUBSCRIBE #CARJAMTV CARJAM TV - Subscribe Here Now Like Us Now On Facebook: For The World's Best Car Videos Website: For a fleeting moment, an air of silent and rarefied civility descended upon the super-car paddock at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last Sunday as a Rolls-Royce Wraith, resplendent in Ensign Red with contrast Jubilee Silver coachwork, settled into its starting position at famous Hillclimb. There was nothing more to disturb the reverential hush of one of the weekend’s most hotly anticipated moments than an appropriately ethereal puff of smoke from the rear tyres as Hillclimb legend Joerg Weidinger summoned all 624 BHP to effortlessly urge the most powerful Rolls Royce in history up the famous course. Even at speeds well in excess of 140 mph, the loudest noise you could hear was, for once, not the ticking of the electric clock, but the sound of gasps from the awestruck crowd as Weidinger expertly piloted the world’s most supremely luxurious Gran Turismo with staggering pace and poise. Wraith crossed the line at 106mph, completing the 1.16-mile course in 57.21 seconds, placing it ahead of the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale Centennial Edition (59.00), the Bentley Continental GT (60.65), the Maserati GranCabrio MC (60.66) and the Porsche 918 Spyder ‘Weissach’ (61.37). To experience the fastest run up the Goodwood Hill in marque’s history. Rolls Royce Wraith echoes the spirit of these historic endeavours, pushing the boundaries of design and engineering, challenging perceptions and delivering the most dynamic, involving driving experience in the marque's 109 year history. It didn't exist, so Rolls-Royce designed it. In its design, Rolls-Royce Wraith presents a masterpiece of elegant simplicity, exuding poise and the promise of dynamism. There is a sense that this Rolls Royce Wraith is ready to move with purpose on its driver's command. Performance complements the drama of exterior styling. A shorter wheelbase, wider rear track, 624 bhp / 465kW derived from the twin turbo V12 and a 0-60 time of 4.4 seconds (0-62, 4.6 seconds) give expression to the car's dynamic looks. But Rolls Royce Wraith is no GT bruiser; it is every inch a refined and luxurious Rolls-Royce, a car where the sense of arrival and joy of the journey are as important as the canvas upon which it is drawn. Rolls Royce Wraith debuts the most intelligent drive train ever to feature in a Rolls-Royce, including the application of ground-breaking technologies like Satellite Aided Transmission (SAT). This processes GPS data to predict the driver's next move and automatically select the right gear for the road ahead. Unnecessary gear changes are thus avoided, augmenting the famous Rolls-Royce trait of waftability and ensuring Rolls Royce Wraith is constantly poised to deliver on its dynamic promise. Following a sweeping bend, for example, the optimum gear is always pre-selected for effortless acceleration. Look upwards however, and Rolls-Royce presents something more traditional -- at least for the 21st century. Starlight headliner -- offered for the first time beyond the Phantom range. Rolls Royce Wraith is the most powerful Rolls-Royce ever to have played host to the famous Spirit of Ecstasy figurine. It develops 624 bhp, from a 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12, an engine that features direct petrol injection to maximise efficiency and reduce emissions. Should they wish to take advantage of the extraordianary power at their disposal, drivers may choose to be propelled from rest to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds (0-62 mph, 4.6 seconds) and on to an electronically governed top speed of 155 mph. Rolls Royce Wraith Power is transmitted -- effortlessly -- thanks to an eight speed, automatic ZF transmission. The combination of powerful engine and sophisticated transmission leads to immediate power delivery with 800 Nm of torque available to the driver from 1,500 rpm. Rolls-Royce Wraith also features the ability to multi-shift down gears. Rolls Royce Wraith Fuel type Super unleaded1 Rolls Royce Wraith Performance Top speed 250 km/h / 155 mph (governed) Acceleration 0 - 60 mph (UK) 4.4 sec Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h 4.6 sec Rolls Royce Wraith Fuel Consumption Urban 21.2 ltr/100 km / 13.3 mpg (Imp.) Extra urban 9.8 ltr/100 km / 28.8 mpg (Imp.) Combined consumption / range 14.0 ltr/100 km / 20.2 mpg (Imp.) CO2 emissions 327 g/km

Rolls Royce vs Maybach
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