Rolls Royce Found Heavy On Gold-2016:
If Rolls-Royce Wraith comes up short in one area, it is because of use of gold. Well, German tuner and style shop Mansory has remedied that with the Palm Edition 999, a mercifully limited-production Wraith that gleams with all the subtlety of Liberace’s loo.
If Cost too much to be approached to a common man.
Rolls Royce is having 22-inch alloy wheels, and the Wraith’s R-R emblems have been pried off and replaced with Mansory badges plated in .999 pure gold. Mansory also revised the Wraith’s appearance with a scoopy carbon fiber aero kit, complete having twinkling LED lights and lip spoilers on the roof and deck lid. The cabin features are looking more like same. Although most of the 999’s golden upgrades are faux, Mansory is quick to note that upon request, any and all metallic parts, inside or out, can be dipped in the real stuff.
And because you can’t spell “gold” without “go”, Mansory has given the Wraith’s 6.6-litre V12 engine a healthy upgrade. Power jumps from an ample 624 horsepower to a downright silly 730, which snips the 5,400lb coupe’s zero-to-62mph sprint from 4.6 to 4.4 seconds and bumps the top speed from an electronically governed 155mph to a freewheeling 186mph.