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Without making a big fuss, Rolls-Royce has introduced another special edition of the Wraith and this one is simply called “Carbon Fiber.”

The reveal was actually made on Facebook by the company’s dealership in Geneva from where we found out only 25 units are planned for production. The car doesn’t actually have carbon fiber panels as it comes with the standard steel + aluminum body, so it continues to tip the scales at 5,380 lbs (2,440 kg) in US specification. What sets this model apart is the glossy black body combined with a matte black hood and a shiny front grille, while the two-tone alloys complete the look.

More changes have occurred inside the cabin where the wood trim has been replaced by plenty of carbon fiber that blends nicely with the black leather upholstery. It also has some red accents here and there and the gorgeous Starlight headliner which can take anywhere between 9 to 17 hours to complete.

As a final touch, the side sills are adorned with a special aluminum plaque denoting we are dealing with a limited-run Wraith featuring several tweaks both inside and out.

There aren’t any mechanical changes, so it continues to feature a V12 6.6-liter engine with 624 hp (465 kW) and 590 lb-ft (800 Nm). It’s enough to enable the large coupe hit 60 mph (96 km/h) from a standstill in 4.4 seconds before topping out at an electronically-restricted 155 mph (250 km/h).

Source: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Geneva via

Gallery: Rolls-Royce Wraith Carbon Fiber isn't actually lighter

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