Today we are examining a rather unique Rolls-Royce Wraith for sale in the UK. Admittedly, the styling of this car won’t appeal to everyone, but for those who enjoy some aftermarket customization, this is a real treat. The Wraith was already made to attract a new youthful audience to the brand, but this Onyx Concept-modified version takes everything just a bit further. The seller’s comments highlighted below detail all that went into the car’s makeover, and it does appear to have been an exhaustive treatment.

Let’s first start with the basics of the car: the Rolls-Royce Wraith is a 2-door version of the Ghost. A highly-customizable interior includes some flashier, more modern wood and metal finishes than Rolls shoppers are used to – all part of the brand’s attempts to appeal to wealthy millennials rather than their grandparents. Step inside and you are greeted by a modern infotainment system, controlled by an expensive-feeling knob on the centre console. Powering the car is a BMW-sourced V12 that produces 623 bhp and 800 Nm of torque. That makes this coupe the fastest Rolls-Royce ever made, but at its heart, the Wraith is still all about comfort. Even those forced to climb into the back seat will find more than enough room, with an airy cockpit unencumbered by B-pillars. Don’t expect anything so un-luxurious as noise or vibrations from the road to intrude into the cockpit.

DapCars in Cheshire are offering this all-black Wraith for sale. Here is what they say about it:

We are proud to introduce the latest addition to the Onyx Concept range based on the Rolls Royce Wraith. This outstanding exterior conversion is available for the series 11 Wraith along with Dawn and full details are outlined here: Complete Front Bumper With Carbon Fibre Lower Splitter And LED Daytime Running Lights With Carbon Fibre Housings, Sculpted And Vented Side Sills With Extended Carbon Fibre Element, Complete Rear Bumper With Carbon Fibre Diffuser Housing Branded Billet Aluminium Tailpipes, Full Exterior De-Chrome To Front Grille, Spirit Of Ecstasy, Door Handles, Window Surrounds, Taillight Trim And Boot Finisher, 22″ Forged Roulette Alloy Wheels, Lowering Program, Sport Exhaust And Exterior Branding. 

Of course, with all these extras, this Wraith will cost you a good deal more than the standard model. The asking price of £319,950 is about £70,000 more costly than a base-level Wraith directly from Rolls. It’s up to you if that’s a good way to spend that amount of money, but you really must agree that this is one sinister-looking coupe, and I mean that in the best possible way.

The Rolls-Royce Wraith Gallery

This car is available at: Dap Cars.