Image Gallery: Rolls Royce Wraith Eagle VIII
Rolls Royce Wraith Eagle VIII was unveiled at this year's Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este from May 24-26, 2019. The Rolls Royce Wraith Eagle VII inspires its name and livery from the bi-plane that contemporaries of Sir Henry Royce, Alcock and Brown flew non-stop from St. John's, Newfoundland to Clifden, Ireland in a modified First World War Vickers Vimy bomber aircraft. Powering the planes were twin 20.3-litre, 354 PS, Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII engines. The Wraith Eagle VIII inspires its name from this aeroplane engine and pays homage 100 years later.
The Wraith Eagle VIII is painted in Gunmetal with a Selby Grey upper two-tone
Powering the Rolls Royce Wraith Eagle VIII is the same 6.6-litre V12 engine that puts out 632PS.
The dashboard of the Wraith Eagle VIII gets a frozen theme from the high altitude flight of the planes
The clock integrated into the dashboard glows a faint green light in the night.
Brass speaker covers depict the estimated flight distance of 1,880 miles
The blacked out grille is a reference to the Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII engine cowling on the Vickers Vimy aircraft.
The roof gives a feeling of open skies to add more to the cockpit like experience
The red coloured hour hand sits atop compass inspired lines and the landing locations are engraved below.
The blacked out grille is a reference to the Rolls-Royce Eagle VIII engine cowling on the Vickers Vimy aircraft
The wheels sport a polished finish what Rolls Royce likes to call the shadow finish.
Only 50 examples of the bespoke Wraith Eagle VIII will be produced.
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