Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith Black Arrow: A Magnificent End To A Transformative ERA

  • Rolls-Royce Motor Cars presents Black Badge Wraith Black Arrow Collection Car
  • Represents the final examples of Wraith, the most powerful Rolls-Royce in history
  • Collection of 12 cars celebrates Wraith, which transformed perceptions of Rolls-Royce
  • All 12 cars have been allocated to clients around the world
  • The last V12 coupé the marque will ever build ahead of its all-electric future
  • Design concept inspired by Thunderbolt, which set world land speed records in the 1930s
  • Record-breaking Bespoke Starlight Headliner, featuring 2,117 fibre-optic ‘stars’
  • Incorporates illuminated Thunderbolt Speedform between front seats
  • Each interior door panel made of 320 marquetry pieces to create dramatic, tactile surface

“Wraith is one of the most significant and influential cars we have ever made at Goodwood. Its extraordinary power, performance and presence opened the Rolls-Royce brand to an entirely new group of clients, and created its own following within contemporary culture, which expanded further in its subversive Black Badge guise. As this landmark motor car gets ready to leave Goodwood, we commemorate Wraith’s status as the last series V12 coupe we will ever make. Both Black Badge Wraith Black Arrow and its inspiration, the V12-powered land speed record-holding Thunderbolt of the thirties, represent the culmination of many long years of achievement, and the end of their respective eras. This magnificent final V12 coupé Collection captures both the significance and spirit of Wraith through the marque’s hallmark and peerless Bespoke capabilities. A fitting finale for this transformative motor car." Torsten Müller-Ötvös, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

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