Rolls-Royce Really Wants You To Know This Wraith is "Inspired by Film"

When the Wraith launched a couple years ago, Rolls-Royce didn't just want to put out a regular commercial. The Brits put out a short film titled And the World Stood Still. The production of the video included 100 SLR cameras, and the final product won a Gold Award at the International Visual Communications Association Awards. Now the film is being inducted into the British Film Institute Archives for preservation. In order to highlight and celebrate this occation, Rolls-Royce decided to create a special edition concept called the Wraith 'Inspired by Film.' Yes, that's the name. The car plays off the idea of the silver screen with a two-tone silver and jubilee silver color scheme. It also has 21-inch part polished wheels, a solid silver Spirit of Ecstacy, GALLERY: The Wraith Inspired a Film That Inspired This Special EditionWraith The interior is a combination of Anthracite and Casden Tan leather. That is accented with aluminum and the always gorgeous open pore wood. This time it's Maccassar Ebony, and it's one of the most beautiful. The engine remains the same as the original Wraith. It has a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 that puts out 624 horsepower and 590 ft-lb of torque. That's good enough to jump to 60 from a halt in 4.4 seconds. PHOTOS: SPOFEC Trims Up the 2015 Rolls-Royce Wraith Oh, and it comes with its own incredible movie poster, starring dramatic presence, iconic styling, captivating performance, and pioneering innovation. I hear dramatic presence is going to guest star in Zoolander 2. PHOTOS: The Rolls-Royce Wraith Gets the Mansory Treatment ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide