2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith interior teased

With just under two weeks to go until the start of the Geneva Motor Show, it’s nice to finally see the 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith interior teased, which you can see for yourself above. We already knew what to expect, and that was a modern interior with a luxurious feel, all of which helps to supplement the exterior. As you would imagine the inside of Wraith will be hand-finished, which is a dying art these days.

Most vehicles these days have an abundance of leather, but what is supposed to be wood is a sort of plastic, but you know that Rolls-Royce will use only the finest leather and Canadel Panelling, which is an open pore wood to make the interior of the 2014 Wraith be a place that you would not want to get out of.

You’ll notice from the images above that Rolls-Royce has not given much away, as they have only released images of the interior door panel and also the image of a very elegant clock on the dash. Tell us what you think of these teaser images, and what else you think we can look forward to.

In the third image you will get to see what the Wraith looks like from the rear, but the luxury car manufacturer has made it more of a silhouette, just to keep our imaginations going. You can see right away that the car is to take on a muscular stance, no more are these vehicles just designed for comfort, as they also make a statement that they are coming with a great curb appeal — well if you go in for the style that is.

Images thanks to Rolls-Royce.

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