When you spend more than a quarter of a million pounds on a car, you expect the interior to be of a certain standard. The Wraith doesn’t disappoint, with doors that shut at the touch of a button courtesy of a motor, fine quality wood veneers, armchair-like seats clad in soft leather and superb quality of fit and finish. Once again, customers have a huge choice of interior materials and customisation. Despite the Wraith’s sporty edge, the upright, high driving position is derived from other Rolls-Royces
, which mean it’s closer to being at the helm of a ship than the cockpit of a racing car. The steering wheel is huge by modern standards, but it’s not uncomfortable and you soon get used to it. The infotainment is very familiar if you’ve ever used BMW’s
system – it’s the same, but with slightly different graphics – which means it’s one of the most straightforward to use. The only surprise is the air-conditioning, which is very basic compared to modern climate control systems found in other, much cheaper cars.