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 |  Jan 22 2013, 9:15 AM

Rolls-Royce recently announced that when the Coupe version of the Ghost hits dealerships, it will be known as the Wraith, and today our photographers snapped some spy photos of the Wraith testing in the frigid Arctic air.

The Wraith will have more power under the hood than any other Rolls in the history of the company, likely using a twin-turbo, 6.6-litre V12 to churn out in the neighborhood of 600 hp. Handling is also a priority of the Wraith, as the company claims that the car’s handling and dynamic performance will be a cut above previous models.

Teaser photos released by the brand have so far revealed very little, but it seems from these spy photos that the styling will not change dramatically compared to the sedan version of the Ghost.

SEE ALSO: Rolls-Royce Wraith Set for Geneva Motor Show Debut

The production version the Wraith will bow at the upcoming 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

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  • James Herd

    Uugh,is it an RR or a Chrysler.The body shape looks to similair to the Chrysler 300 and for that purpose only I would not buy the new Wrath. At the same time,there’s nothing on this planet that compares to the RR line-up,fantastic automobile if I don’t mind saying myself. I live in B.C. Canada and if ever there was a test road for any vehicle it would be from Vancouver up through Whistler and on to Lilloette and back down to Vancouver through the Faser Canyon,about 5hrs.drive.This route has everything a road can throw at you and yet has the most scenic veiws you have ever seen,try it you may just like it!!

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