This new rear shot reveals a few recognisable Ghost features, including the rear lights and chrome trim above the number plate. The rear wheelarches look a little more pronounced, though, suggesting the Wraith could have a wider track than the Ghost for more dynamic handling.
Rolls-Royce has hinted that the Wraith has more power than the standard Ghost, so expect to see more than 563bhp from its 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12. The Wraith should still get an eight-speed automatic gearbox and air suspension but expect to see both tuned for slightly sportier performance.
The Wraith will sit above the standard Ghost in the range and is expected to cost around £220,000.