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  1. Rolls Royce has said that it will be introducing a new model called the Wraith at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year. They say it will be the most powerful model they have ever produced. The Wraith which will be the Ghost coupe, Rolls Royce claims that we should "expect the boldest design" and "the most dramatic performance". The Wraith name was first used by Rolls in 1938. Insiders have previously revealed the Wraith will produce as much as 600bhp from its highly tuned twin-turbo 6.6-litre V12 engine. Torque will rise by a proportional amount over the engine’s state of tune in the Ghost saloon, but insiders insist the famed Rolls refinement will be retained. The Wraith will have a wheelbase around 180mm shorter than the Ghost’s 3295mm, with an overall length of around 5200mm expected. The kerb weight is tipped to be around 2300kg. Rolls has said it will release a series of teaser images of the Wraith in the build-up to its Geneva launch on 5 March.