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$5 per additional mile,
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Rolls Royce Wraith is one of the best manufacturers of premium vehicles catering to the famous and the affluent who quest after something more captivating than what’s on offer from German contemporaries such as Mercedes-Maybach and domestic rival Bentley.
The Rolls Royce Wraith rental was launched in 2013 and is established on the chassis of the Rolls Royce Ghost. When it first hit the markets, it was (rightfully) considered the most powerful Rolls Royce to have ever been created. Its specialty? Unlike other performance-oriented vehicles with garish carbon fiber bits, adaptive spoilers, and big air intakes, the Rolls Royce Wraith for rent keeps things classy. It utilizes a simple yet powerful 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 engine that generates 605 lb-ft of torque and 624 HP and makes use of a recalibrated suspension setup to give you the ultimate driving experience.
Since its beginning, the Wraith has held onto the same power plant, transmission, and outputs, but has witnessed the introduction of modernized safety mechanisms such as adaptive cruise control and night vision assist. Rent a Rolls Royce Wraith and find out for yourself how elegantly this beast upholds the most performance-focused Rolls Royce reputation that it has, and how enthralling its sleek GT-style body design is!
Just step on its throttle, and the Rolls Royce Wraith for Rent comes alive with all its wrath. In city roads, the big Rolls runs with graceful equilibrium, and even the slightest give in the throttle pedal makes it possible for you to modulate it at lower speeds.
Under its ravishing hood lies a twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine delivering 624 horsepower, which is enough to make the Wraith propel to devilishly fast speeds with relative ease. With a 0 – 60 mph sprint in under 4.4 seconds, highway cruising is an absolute pleasure in this Rolls Royce Wraith for rent, and there is tons of overtaking power on tap.
8 speed auto
13 city / 21 hwy
13 city / 21 hwy
8 speed auto
Rolls-Royce has used the coach doors also known as suicide doors (backward-opening doors) on its vehicles since day one. Almost every car they produce features backward-opening doors, from the Dawn to the Cullinan, and from the Phantom to the Wraith.
The Wraith for rent defies the popular opinion most people have about Rolls Royce — that the cars of this brand are just big and bloated luxury limos designed only to carry individuals with deep pockets from the fundraiser to the charity ball. However, Rolls Royce has always put substantial emphasis on the performance side of their cars, as on the whole, they have been participating in motorsports for over a century — and it all shows magnificently in the Wraith.
The flagship of the standout performance model of the Rolls Royce range — our Wraith for rent — offers grand on-road velocity execution, especially when you take into consideration its significant curb weight, which challenges most SUVs. It takes a lot to get a near 5,500 lbs car to move at a rate of acceleration deserving of being thought as fast by modern standards, and yet that is exactly what the Wraith achieves so effortlessly.
Even though the Rolls Royce Wraith for rent spellbinds everyone with its impressive exterior design and brawny V12 engine, but the star of the show has to be the supremely equipped interior of the Wraith.
No matter how decorated the German manufacturers such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, and Audi have a reputation for crafting some of the best interiors in the entire automotive world, but the fact is that they can’t hold a candle to the exemplary interior brought to life by the Rolls Royce Wraith for rent. Once inside the cabin of this British epitome of luxury, you instantly will be teleported to a five-star hotel lobby: the space radiates splendor on a level few will ever get to experience. The ones fortunate enough to get a ticket to the Wraith’s ride will be swathed in elegant leather and wood, as well as opulent interior features such as dual-zone climate control, eight-way power-adjustable front seats, and heated plus ventilated everything.
Coming to raw numbers, if you rent a Rolls Royce Wraith you’ll be cherished to discover that it offers seating for four, with each passenger getting their individual bucket seat — a distinguished touch that adds to the Wraith’s GT cruiser image: this luxury automobile isn’t your old-world limousine; it’s here to party in unreal comfort, providing 41.5 inches of legroom at the front, and 37 inches of it at the rear. Headroom is a luxurious 39.4 inches for the driver and the front passenger, while the rear occupants get a splendid figure of 37 inches to move their head around.
All in all, nothing beats the luxury offered by the Wraith. It’s a straight 10.
If there were ever a contemporary car for the villains in high-budget Hollywood movies, it would be our Rolls Royce Wraith for rent. It is almost absurdly good-looking with its bold front-end design and sweeping lines that won’t ever be confused for anything other than a Rolls.
The Wraith for rent uses the classic Rolls Royce’s design style of using 2:1 symmetries of wheel to roof height, along with extended overhangs to produce something that looks part limousine, part fastback GT bullet train. Once you get over the stunning looks of the Wraith and delve a bit deeper, it unveils various stellar exterior features such as trademark rear-hinged doors. a set of 20-inch wheels, LED headlights with auto-leveling, and auto-dimming side mirrors.
Dimensionally, rolling on a 122.5 inches wheelbase, the Wraith for rent has a total length of 208.1 inches, and it sits 76.7 inches wide. Additionally, it stands 59.3 inches tall and has a curb weight of 5,380 lbs.
The Wraith has transcended to so high of an apex that, frankly, there is very little to truly compare our Rolls Royce Wraith for rent to. Bentley Continental GT is one of the closest competitors, but it pales in comparison to the Wraith when you look at its ability to absolutely impassion your on-road experience.
mph club really appreciates the fact that Rolls Royce has stuck to its guns when creating the Wraith; it’s undisguisedly mean in a way that can be universally relished. And overall, not for one second does it pretend that it’s something other than a six-figure five-star highway revolutionary.
The exterior of this British luxury cruiser is miraculous, to say the least, and it beautifully blends modern-day looks with quintessential Rolls Royce style. The 6.6-liter V12 engine under its hood is an intimidating brute with a guileful nature as it won’t let you believe it can accelerate at tremendous speeds until you push it once the road opens up. The ride comfort is in a class of its own, and you’ll be absolutely bewildered by how big, brash, and beautiful it is.
So, what are you waiting for? Rent a Rolls Royce Wraith today, at mphclub.com, and experience the kind of refinement and luxury nothing else can offer!