Based on the Ghost sedan, the Roll-Royce Wraith shares much of its mechanicals with its larger sibling, with a few upgrades. The Wraith, apparently the fastest Roller ever, is powered by a 624 hp twin turbocharged V12 engine with 799 Nm of torque, mated to an 8-speed automatic. To keep you quick on twisty roads, the automatic transmission shifts gears using a new satellite-guided tech that works with GPS to pre-select the right gear for the road you’re driving on, as well as seeing what road is coming up ahead. Other features include the “on-board valet” voice commands to input instructions and data into the navigation and infotainment systems, while a “Spirit of Ecstasy” rotary controller accepts inputs via a touchpad that offers pinch-to-zoom and character-drawing functionality. There’s also lots of leather and wood trim, as well as the unique Starlight fiber-optic headliner option from the Phantom coupe, for that starry effect at night, assuming you don't choose the panoramic glass roof.