What is the most incredible Coupe you’ve ever had the privilege to be in? Take that, multiply the experience by 1000 and that’s what the Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge is like. Even so, it could be better.

That’s because power isn’t everything it possesses. The Wraith Black Badge will happily keep up with today’s boy racers its 870 Nm and brisk 4.3 seconds from 0 to 100km/h but that isn’t all. In fact, we should be punished for even highlighting its performance because that has never been the essence of a Rolls-Royce.

It’s the extremely obsessive attention to detail, the level of customisation, and the labour of love required to put it all together that makes a Rolls-Royce, a Rolls-Royce. Just click here and check out what they’ve been up to recently and you’ll understand.

In the rare circumstance of automotive manufacturing where all these come together, whether it’s the hand-painted pin-stripe on the body, the clicks of the buttons, or even just the precision of the gaps in the doors and panels, you have a car that is just engineered to be the best that it can be.

It’s empowering and in the case of the Wraith Black Badge, it’s menacing too. More importantly, what was truly staggering especially for us being in a Rolls-Royce for the first time ever, was how smooth it felt. It is simply the pinnacle of ease and comfort this thing. If you’ve ever wondered if it can ever get any better than this, while being in a Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the answer is yes.

That being said, we shouldn’t go any further with this and instead leave you to discover what we experienced through visuals. The Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge is priced from RM1.7 million and was recently launched concurrently with the Ghost Black Badge (from RM1.4 million), Dawn Black Badge (from RM1.8 million), and Cullinan Black Badge (from RM1.7 million).


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.