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The front-row seats are adjustable in eight different ways, and every seat in the interior is heated. Dual-zone automatic climate control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a power- adjustable steering column are standard on all models. The Wraith is equipped with an 18- speaker audio and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
 The four-seat Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe has a bucket seat in each corner. The cabin combines old world workmanship with contemporary elements. A pair of elegant circular air vents decorate the centre stack, and the front seats include a massaging feature that can help relieve aching muscles on lengthy rides.
  

Luxury Inside
Although the Wraith seems to be a hatchback, it has a standard saloon vehicle boot door that opens to a small opening that leads to a surprisingly large cargo compartment. The 470-litre capacity should be more than adequate for a long road trip.
Despite being marketed as the most sporty Rolls-Royce, the Wraith’s interior is unrivalled in terms of wood quality, leather softness, and carpet depth.
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