There was a model of Rolls-Royce released in August last year. It was not a model that has come to stay. This model was was ordered by a customer who simply wanted a modified version of the Wraith model. This model has quite a long name - Carat Duchatelet Silver Spectre Shooting Brake or simply Rolls-Royce wraith shooting brake.
This model was not designed by Rolls-Royce. It was designed by a Belgian who specializes in customizing expensive car models. The designer has gotten the permission of the original client and only six more of these Shooting Brakes will be made. Each one will be entirely unique to its buyer.
The Silver Spectre takes its power from the BMW-derived 6.6-litre V12 as found in the Wraith but has been updated to provide 690bhp and 664lb ft of torque.
See the breath taking pictures of the car:
We can see that the Shooting brake is even more beautiful than the Wraith on which it was built.
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