What could be a British Rolls-Royce Wraith station wagon?August 25, 2020
The independent artist tried to depict the Wraith model in the back of a Shooting Brake (as the station wagon body type is denoted), in which a lot was borrowed from the mid-size Cullinan crossover. The rendered car is very similar to the Rolls-Royce station wagon prototype seen yesterday.
We recently posted an interesting spy video showing a rather bizarre Rolls-Royce test car. The mysterious prototype had a “ton” of camouflage, despite which the station wagon style was easily recognizable. The emergence of this luxury automaker prototype does not necessarily mean Rolls is working on a station wagon, although it may well be.
Apparently, this video inspired independent artist Wagen Volk to create a unique example of the station wagon.
In fact, we have a Wraith model in the back of a Shooting Brake (this is how a station wagon is denoted), in which a lot is borrowed from the mid-size Cullinan crossover. We have to admit that this is one of the most professional renders we’ve seen in recent weeks.
If you take a close look at the back of the virtual novelty and compare it with yesterday’s test prototype, you will notice striking similarities between the two. The shape of the taillights is almost 100% the same, and even a small spoiler looks very similar. The rendering is also very close in size to the real prototype.
Large wheels and plastic trim around the wheel arches and side skirts give this car a brutal look that again strongly reminds us of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. However, judging by the line dividing the doors and side windows at the top, this is pretty much a traditional Shooting Brake with a sloped roofline and rear windows. One feature that we especially love is the frameless design of the front door windows.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a mysterious prototype of the Rolls-Royce station wagon was seen on tests. An eyewitness managed to shoot a video showing a camouflaged Rolls-Royce car. At first glance, this may seem like a universal, but it is possible that the brand’s engineers used false panels to mask the body type of a mysterious novelty.
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